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Posted on 2006-06-29
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it seems no matter what I try I cannot return correct date values from my select statement, fo example I have a calender
control which the user selects the date then click a button to run

string startdate = string.Format("#{0:dd/MM/yyyy}#", Calendar1.SelectedDate);
select....WHERE ([dbx].[Arrival Date]= " + startdate + ")";

so i select 01/07/06 but returns 07/01/06

..help
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You must either change your startdate string to MM/dd/yyyy or change the dateformat on the database with
set dateformat dmy
before the select
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by:Anandavally_P
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Hi,
I am getting it in the correct it in the correct format. I tried the same code that you have specified. I dont think you have any problem with your SelectedDate statement.

Thanks,
Anandavally P
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by:ziwez0
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e1v that did the job, (MM/dd/yyyy) so does that mean the db is setup in US Format?
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