Class Property Not Returning Right Datetime Format?
Feb 21, 2011
Why doesn´t this property return a datetime formated with the following pattern when using the property in the codebehind page in my ASP.NET Webforms website? When debugging i can see that the value the returning datetime is "2011-02-21 16:13:29.670" wich is correct.
And after assigning the returned property value to a hiddenfield in the .aspx page i get this value assign to the hiddenfield.value "2011-02-21 16:13:29"
I created a UserControl and added a public DateTime property. I want to set this property in Markup (ie. <cc1:MyControl runat="server" id="MyControl1" DateTimeProp="1/1/2010" /> ) however I live in a place with a dd/mm/yyyy date format so it complains if I set something like "20/1/2010". Is there a way to set markup in my local datetime format or do I have to conform to "mm/dd/yyyy"?
I have a DateTime property in my model and I would like to validate it using DataAnnotations.In my view I want to get that DateTime as a number of days (e.g. "3"), instead of a DateTime (e.g. "7/14/2010"). If user enters "3" in the view, then DataAnnotation finds it invalid -and that is the issue.What are my options in this scenario?
Sometimes I get a datetime with a time sometimes it's just the date. Of course if it's just the date I I want to format with "dd.MM.yyyy" and if it has a time "dd.MM.yyyy HH:mm".. This is in a repeater, so I thought may be it's possible without a simple if statement?
i have a textbox which contains datetime, i select date with calender extender. In Local, i must enter dd.MM.yyyy format but in IIS, i must enter MM.dd.yyyy formatHow can i solve this? i'm trying to enter dd.MM.yyyy in iis too.
I have dates in my listview with the format "10/08/23,18:16:26-20".
when i am sending this to my database table, it is shown as " 2023-10-09 09:16:26.000". cmd.Parameters.Add("@ActionDate", SqlDbType.DateTime).Value = Convert.ToDateTime(lvwMessages.Items[i].SubItems.Text);
I have date in a text box in the following format "dd-MM-yyyy"How do i convert this into standard datetime format, i could do DateTime.Parse(txtDate.Text).Date but how do i define the current format of this date before parsing, i mean how do i tell the parser that this date is currently in the format "dd-MM-yyyy" usualy parser assume date to be in "MM-dd-yyyy" format i guess?
is there any way to set the datetime format of the datafield created in the table? like (datefield name) Date_Time from mm/dd/yyyy to dd/mm/yyyy with no time display and it wont store time in it. and also when we create a variable in vb.net of datetime datatype such as
dim data_time as DateTime
can we set its date format ?? because i want to change it to dd/mm/yyyy but its mm/dd/yyyy by default
DateTime ExpMonth = Convert.ToInt32(ddExpMonth); ---- DropDown(user selects a month) DateTime ExpYear = Convert.ToInt32(ddExpYear); ---- Dropdown(user selects year) Datetime ExpDate = ///// I want this part to be saved as Datetime 02/2012
I have a table in my SQL DB that is a DateTime table, what I want to do is take the numeric datetime it stores and convert it to a long date (i.e. 12/12/2012 conversts to December 12, 2012). Seaching the forums it looks like the string.format is the way to go and searching for info on that I found [URL] which lists all the different formats but they do not list a formating string to convert to the format I want to use. Does anyone know what format string I would use to convert a numeric date to a long date like I want? And can you show it in a code example because I am not 100% sure I understand the code examples shown on that site.