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Old June 11th, 2007, 08:17 PM
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I have two text fields that the user can enter a begin and end time in format 1200 (ex: 0100 and 1100). I am trying to convert it into a proper datetime to send to sql server. I have tried the code below but it always tells me that it is not a proper datetime format. It looks correct when I do a msgbox to see what I am passing so I can't figure out what I am doing wrong. Can someone look at this and help me?

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invtxtBetweenTimeFirst.Text = txtBetweenTimeFirst.Text.Substring(0, 2) + ":" + txtBetweenTimeFirst.Text.Substring(2, 2) + ":" + "00"

invtxtBetweenTimeSecond.Text = txtBetweenTimeSecond.Text.Substring(0, 2) + ":" + txtBetweenTimeSecond.Text.Substring(2, 2) + ":" + "00"

invtxtBetweenTimeFirst.Text = "1900 -01 -01" + TimeValue(invtxtBetweenTimeFirst.Text)

invtxtBetweenTimeSecond.Text = "1900-01-01" + TimeValue(invtxtBetweenTimeSecond.Text)

invtxtBetweenTimeFirst.Text = Convert.ToDateTime(invtxtBetweenTimeFirst.Text)

invtxtBetweenTimeSecond.Text = Convert.ToDateTime(invtxtBetweenTimeSecond.Text)
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may be the time separator in ur compu is "/" instead of ":" or something else.

Your year string (i think ) should be in this format : "MM/DD/YYYY" .
then add a space and time in format "xx:yy AM/PM"



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This did not work for me... Visual Studio shows me this format:
convert.ToDateTime(value as Date) as Date

This does not make sense - why would I need to convert Date to Date..???
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string stime,etime;
            stime = t1.Text.Substring(0,2)+":"+t1.Text.Substring(2,2)+ ":"+"00";
            etime = t2.Text.Substring(0,2)+":"+t2.Text.Substring(2,2)+ ":"+"00";

            t3.Text = Convert.ToDateTime("01/01/1900 " + stime + "AM").ToString();
            t4.Text = Convert.ToDateTime("01/01/1900 " + stime + "AM").ToString();

Try this.... Working
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