i am displaying some news from rss feeds in the page. But i am stuck up in the date time conversion. I got th published datetime as pdt formated string. How can i convert to my local time. Coversion from the pdt string tot DateTime is error..
This second line is error and i need the result in the specified format or same format as in the published date but in local time ie IST (India Standard Time)
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 am developing a travel application. for that I need to calculate the future local datetime of a location using Datetime (a future date),longitude and latitude. (for Eg: i want to calculate the local datetime of a location on August-10- 2010 11.23 AM . Due to the day light saving time the datetime offset may change so i need to convert the august-10- 2010 11.23 AM to local time of the location) I have the inputs longitude, latitude and Date time. i can calculate the current local date using Longitude and latitude but cannot calculate accurately for *future date because of the day light saving time off set* . off set may varies on future dates. i am using asp.net and c# .
I have an urgent issue with US datetime, in my application I am tring to achieve the following:
1. Enter a datetime in a text box in web form 1 2. Show the date time in the label in the web form 2 3. In web form 2, create a dropdownlist to get a nearest date from database (datatype = DateTime in dd/MM/yyyy) to the date entered from step 1.
In step 1, I am only allowed to enter the date time in US style in text box and I have tried manything like:
- Insert <globalization culture="auto:en-GB" uiCulture="auto:en-GB"/> in web.config - Set above culture on page webform 1 and 2
I am based in UK, PC reginal and datetime setting are UK dd/MM/yyyy, sql database is in UK.
My Application hosted at server in time zone which differs from mine. All date in database is not correct for my time zone. How can I set my time zone for Application or how I can convert date to my time zone on output
how do i insert date and time together ? what is the format for this. i tried like this but its not working.
string startDtime = TextFromDate.Text + " " + Stime; sql_comm.Parameters.AddWithValue("@StartDate", DateTime.Parse(startDtime)); is this the right way ? dd/mm/yyy +" "+ 00:00 or i need to make a string that contain this : dd/mm/yyy00:00 its not writing any eror it just do nothing .
I am trying to store a SQL Server datetime into MySQL datetime field, but MySQL stores the date value as all zeros. I use this function to trim the fractional part from the SQL Server datetime, but get the same result when trying to store it in MySQL.
I have deployed my asp.net application in my hosting provider they are from US... I have one filed in which i have wriiten Datetime.now.tostring() it saves in Database table it save 11/11/2010 5:20:47 AM
Our business case requires that a Start Time and End Time must be defined for each Organization involved in the business model. For example; some organizations have their working hours from 8:00AM to 5:00PM and others from 9:00 to 6:00PM. While creating a new Event on our calendar these should be queried from the database (StartTime and EndTime) and setting these as default. My questions are:
1) How should I save these times since DateTime requires a Date in front of it and there's no Time column format on SQL Server (Varchar? Number?). If using one of these types how to I concatenate these to a DateTime variable?
2) If the column should be DateTime, how do I concatenate it to replace the column's Date with Today's date and replace the Time with the time specified for that? Let me be more clear:
Default values saved in the database: StartTime = "2010-01-01 8:00AM" EndTime = "2010-01-01 5:00PM" In my code after querying, my local variables would be populated and replaced by: OrgStartHour = "2010-03-26 8:00AM" and OrgEndHour = "2010-03-26 5:00PM"
The code above works but I have no idea on how to replace/concatenate the "2010-01-01" with today's date while keeping the "8:00 AM" on it. :)
I have setup my business object to have a create_date and edit_date members both datetime datatypes. My company want to display the create_date and edit_date fields in a gridview for each transaction. The problem i have is that after insterting a record it will have a valid create_date but no edit_date and when displayed in the gridview it defaults to datetime.minvalue (My default). How on earth do i show an empty field in my gridview for a null datetime field in the database?
I am using similar architecture to the Imar Spaanjaars example of a tiered solution. With a few small tweeks it has worked well for me for ages. I am passing a List<Database> to my object datasource which connects to my gridview.