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Old October 21st, 2009, 09:24 PM
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Smile I Get # 12:00:00 AM # but no Date

I gone thru the entire book using VB 2008 express and VW2005 express. I'm in chapter 16 finishing and I get an error when using my web service. My combobox on my report form bombs because the weekending date for my routine that comes from the timesheet combobox has # 12:00:00 AM # inside and it stops my program the other 3 reports that don't require dates are working fine.Can someone HELP PLEASE I am almost done. Thanks in advance........
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Actually, you are getting a ZERO value for that.

It's a peculiarity of the way dates and times are stored that a "zero" date, when converted to the default display of a datetime, shows no date but *does* show the time. And, of course, 0 time is the same as "00:00:00" or "12:00:00 AM".

So your real problem is that you simply aren't getting any value, at all.

With no code to look at, that's the most I can say.
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I double checked my code and found that I was accessing a combobox on the wrong form WeekEndingEmployeeDate instaed of WeekEndingDate. This caused me to get the default empty results from the combobox of # 12:00:00 AM #. thanks for the help and quick response ....
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