Web Forms :: UserControl With DateTime Property - Set Markup In Local Datetime Format
Jan 21, 2010
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"?
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 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 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);
In a simple ASPX page, I have an SqlDataSource and a DataList control bound to it.It shows 3 columns; UserName, DateTimeStamp, and Comment.The database table has these defined as nvarchar(24), datetime, and nvarchar(80).The UserName and DateTimeStamp are shown in the ItemTemplate as Labels, while the Comment is a multiline TextBox.I have an event handler for the OnTextChanged for the Comment so that I can update the table as soon as the user tabs off the TextBox.I use the UserName and DateTimeStamp as the Primary Key, and pass all 3 to a stored procedure, where the parameters are declared the same types as the table.What I'm getting though is an "Input string was not in the correct format", which can only be the DateTime that I am passing.
I've tried different date/time formats, but so far come up empty as to the one that will actually work from the C# code.All the different formats I've tried work fine if I pass them to the SP directly via Management Studio, but all throw an error when I use
All the date values on my website (whether from DB or returned by DateTime.Now) are represented in the format of mm/dd/yyyy hh:mm:ss AM/PM, even though the database values of the dates are not that way at all.I want to change the format of all the dates to dd/mm/yyyy hh:mm:ss without AM/PM.
i'm using web reference to connect to XAI web service from cc&B side my problem is that XAI have Datetime Parameters expressed as Public Property with Type Date in Generated Classwhen trying to pass Date with required format to run XAI which is (yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss) i get response Errorhow i can pass this format as valid vb.net datetime
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 am trying to insert "Date" and "Time" in database table (both are separate columns) using below code:
string query = "Insert into tempTable(List_Id, Date, Time) VALUES('" + lblId.Text + "', @Date, @Time)"; SqlCommand cmd = new SqlCommand(query, connection); connection.Open(); TimeSpan time = new TimeSpan(); time.ToString(); cmd.Parameters.AddWithValue("@Date", Convert.ToDateTime(DateTime.Now.ToShortDateString())); cmd.Parameters.AddWithValue("@Time", Convert.ToDateTime(DateTime.Now.ToString("HH:mm:ss"))); cmd.ExecuteNonQuery(); connection.Close();
Above record is inserted in DB like below:In Date column: 12/29/2014 12:00:00 AMIn Time column:12/29/2014 5:30:46 PMDatatype for "Date" and "Time" column is "datetime"I want that: as I save the Date and Time in DB table, it should display same date and same time what is saved in DB table not current date and time.I tried below code to fetch saved records from table, after inserting Date and Time in DB:
string query2 = "Select Date, Time where Id='" + itemId + "'"; SqlCommand cmd2 = new SqlCommand(query2, connection); connection.Open(); SqlDataAdapter da = new SqlDataAdapter(query2, connection); DataTable dt = new DataTable(); da.Fill(dt); lblDate.Text = DateTime.Parse(dt.Rows.ToString()).ToString("dd-MM-yyyy"); lblTime.Text = DateTime.Parse(dt.Rows.ToString()).ToString("HH:MM tt");
But currently it is giving me below output : Date:29-12-2014Time:18:04 PM (current time)..
Why its showing current date time in place of saved record ??
I use FormView with ObjectDataSource and class. I have a TextBox binded to a DateTime? property. When TextBox.Text property is empty i want to set the property of my class to null but the value is 1.1.1 00:00:00. My Workaround:
Is there a way to set this property to null without this workaround? Is this a bug in DataSource or is this a feature by design?
I am fetching date from oracle and putting it into a textbox. That textbox is takin value as dd/MM/yyyy format by default. Then I am storing the value in a viewstate.
There is a submit button on the page at clicking of that I am passing the viewstate to a function with explicitly converting it to the datatable.
When I click on the submit button for the first time. View state is capturing date in dd/MM/yyyy format and everything go on well. After the button click event completed.
Now if i agaian click on the submit button then viewsate is having date in MM/dd/yyyy frmat. Dont know how it is getting changed. Due to this format change I am facing issue in my bussiness logic and data access.
This grid looks great in the browser, but when printing, the date is duplicated - one w/ the correct format and one w/ the full datetime format (including hh:mm:ss). I've tried converting the datetime in the Select query, but keep running into error messages.
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?