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Convert a C# DateTime to XML dateTime type
You use Z to indicate UTC. Is this your problem? You can read more about it here: http://www.w3.org/TR/xmlschema-2/#dateTime-timezones So, 2002-10-10T07:00:00Z is 10 October 2002 at 0700 UTC.

Categories : C#

DateTime, an exception of type 'System.InvalidOperationException'
I am not an expert of Windows Phone, but it seems to me that the Value property of a TimePicker control is defined as DateTime? meaning a nullable DateTime. When you try to assign it to a DateTime variable (that cannot accept null values) and the TimePicker is null you get the InvalidOperationException You could try with startBreak1 = startBreak1.Value ?? DateTime.MinValue;

Categories : C#

Convert different values DateTime and TimeSpan to the same type?
To get the lastbootuptime from wmi in DateTime format, try: $LastBoot = (Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_OperatingSystem -computername $computer) | %{$_.ConverttoDateTime($_.LastBootUpTime)}

Categories : Powershell

Using toChar to convert W3C XML Schema xs:dateTime type format to dd-mm-yy hh:mm:ss
Convert string literal to the time stamp with time zone data type by using TO_TIMESTAMP_TZ() and then apply TO_CHAR() function: select to_char(to_timestamp_tz( '2013-08-16T09:55:02+02:00' , 'yyyy-mm-dd"T"hh:mi:ssx TZH:TZM' ) , 'dd-mm-yyyy hh:mi:ss') as res from dual Result: Res: ----------------- 16-08-2013 09:55:02

Categories : SQL

Convert DataFrame column type from string to datetime
The easiest way is to use to_datetime: df['col'] = pd.to_datetime(df['col']) It also offers a dayfirst argument for European times (but beware this isn't strict). Here it is in action: In [11]: pd.to_datetime(pd.Series(['05/23/2005'])) Out[11]: 0 2005-05-23 00:00:00 dtype: datetime64[ns] You can pass a specific format: In [12]: pd.to_datetime(pd.Series(['05/23/2005']), format="%m/%d/%Y") Out[12]: 0 2005-05-23 dtype: datetime64[ns]

Categories : Python

Converter cannot be applied to a property that expects the type System.Windows.Data.IValueConverter
Your converter needs to implement the IValueConverter interface. You've implemented the two methods but you omitted the IValueConverter interface so as far as the CLR is concerned, you just have a class that happens to have the same methods as IValueConverter but isn't actually implementing it. public class VsaiToColorConverter : IValueConverter You generally want to handle null value cases as well public object Convert(object value, Type targetType, object parameter, System.Globalization.CultureInfo culture) { if(value == null) return Brushes.Transparent; //or null double vsai = (double)value; //.. }

Categories : C#

Error converting value {null} to type 'System.DateTime' in input json
As the error is trying to tell you, .Net value types like DateTime cannot hold nulls. If you want to allow nulls, use nullable types: DateTime? StartDateFrom { get; set; }

Categories : C#

How can I resolve "Implicit conversion from data type datetime to int is not allowed. Use the CONVERT function to run this query." error?
use datediff select case when PhaseEnd is not null then round(datediff(day, PhaseStart, PhaseEnd)/30,1) else round(datediff(day, PhaseStart, getdate())/30,1) end as Months from tblT_PHASES or select round( datediff(day, PhaseStart, isnull(PhaseEnd, getdate())) / 30 , 1) as Months from tblT_PHASES

Categories : Sql Server

SQL Bulk Copy "The given value of type String from the data source cannot be converted to type datetime of the specified target column" using ASP.NET
SqlBulkCopy.WriteToServer(DataTable) fails with confusing messages if the column order of the DataTable differs from the column order of the table definition in your database (when this causes a type or length incompatibility). Apparently the WriteToServer method does not map column names.

Categories : C#

asp.net json web service sending array error Cannot convert object of type 'System.String' to type 'System.Collections.Generic.List`1[System.String]'
You need to make your data parameter of the $.ajax call like this: JSON.stringify({'a': variables}) The JSON variable is not available in < IE8 so you'll want to include a JSON implementation like the one mentioned in the answer here Also, you had an extra } in the success function. So, in the future, if you want to add extra parameters to your data object passed to the web service, you'd construct it like so: var someArr = ['el1', 'el2']; JSON.stringify({ 'param1': 1, 'param2': 'two' 'param3': someArr // etc }); JavaScript: var variables = Array(); var i = 0; $('#Div_AdSubmition').find('.selectBox').each(function () { variables[i] = $(this).find('.selected').find(".text").html(); i++; }); $.ajax({ type: 'post', data: JSON.stringify({'a': variables}),

Categories : C#

What does Failed to convert property value of type '$Proxy0 to required type means in this case?
Ok, first thing i see here: WriterSqlParameterSetter is a ItemPreparedStatementSetter! fine! But even if you declare: <beans:property name="amount" value="#{jobParameters[amount]}"/> <beans:property name="id" value="#{jobParameters[id]}"/> I don't see theses properties in : public class WriterSqlParameterSetter implements ItemPreparedStatementSetter<transactionas>{ public void setValues(transactionas ts, PreparedStatement ps) throws SQLException { ps.setDouble(1, ts.GetAmount()); ps.setInt(2, ts.GetID()); } } And even if the properties were declared, the ItemPreparedStatementSetter wont use them since, it takes value from the object received in the writer (eg. transactionas). I am trying to see why you need to pass an amount and

Categories : Spring

What does Failed to convert property value of type '$Proxy0 to required type means?
You don't use the right interface. Your ReaderSqlParameterSetter should implements PreparedStatementSetter not ItemPreparedStatementSetter If you look at the impl of JdbcCursorItemReader: public class JdbcCursorItemReader<T> extends AbstractCursorItemReader<T> { PreparedStatement preparedStatement; PreparedStatementSetter preparedStatementSetter; String sql; RowMapper rowMapper; The property is a PreparedStatementSetter . If you look at the interface you try to use : public interface ItemPreparedStatementSetter<T> { /** * Set parameter values on the given PreparedStatement as determined from * the provided item. * @param ps the PreparedStatement to invoke setter methods on * @throws SQLException if a SQLException is encountered (i.e. there is no * need to

Categories : Spring

Sql query for CONVERT datetime to a different datetime Format in SQL 2005?
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms187928.aspx check out see Microsoft's explanation on date formats the one you're looking for is 20 or 120 BTW, you should supply with varchar with a number like this varchar(10)

Categories : SQL

Windows Phone - C# - Formatting DateTime correctly
Use DateTime.ParseExact (MSDN). string dateAndTime = fileDate + " " + fileTime; string pattern = "dd/MM/yyyy HH:mm:ss"; Reminder r = new Reminder(fileTitle) { Content = fileContent, BeginTime = DateTime.ParseExact(dateAndTime, pattern, CultureInfo.InvariantCulture), Title = fileTitle }; Make sure the pattern matches your date & time pattern. To separate the date and time I added a space just like there is one in my pattern. For full list of specifiers: MSDN

Categories : C#

Windows Phone 7 - XAML DateTime literals
You should implement a ValueConverter , this link will help you ValueConverter . gd luck .

Categories : Xaml

c#-The conversion of a varchar data type to a datetime data type resulted in an out-of-range value
You can use Datetime.ParseExact method to convert date into appropriate format. Use like this DateTime.ParseExact('07-12-2013', 'dd/MM/yyyy', System.Globalization.CultureInfo.InvariantCulture).ToString('yyyy/MM/dd') You need to change the format whatever you like.

Categories : C#

Dexterity Content Type DateTime Issue & How to modify Content Type Values
not sure about the dateTime issue, but check out indexes, indexing and custom index to figure out setting titles and description. to set your title for instance @indexer(IFormName) def titleIndexer(obj): return obj.valueFromForm grok.global_adapter(titleIndexer, name="Title")

Categories : Misc

convert from datetime to another locale datetime in java
if both have correct time and time zone, Date in milliseconds will be same for both server and client, no matter in what time zone they are . Send the date from client in milliseconds and accept it on serverside in a java.sql.Date(long) constructor. You mentioned javascript in tags. So Date can be sent through javascript using new Date(); and can be accepted by server using new java.sql.Date(client_date); In milliseconds, the client time would be converted to appropriate server time. If client time is not properly set, for that, you can use the time difference in milliseconds like - long time_difference= new Date()-new Date(client_date); long server_time_of_execution=new Date(Client_date_to_execute).getTime()+time_difference;

Categories : Java

How to convert .NET DateTime.Ticks value into DateTime in SQL Query?
See this answer: Declare @TickValue bigint Declare @Days float Set @TickValue = 634024345696365272 Select @Days = @TickValue * POWER(10.00000000000,-7) / 60 / 60 / 24 Select DATEADD(d, Cast(@Days As int), Cast('0001-01-01' As DATE)) + Cast( (@Days - FLOOR(@Days)) As DateTime)

Categories : SQL

typeof() when Cannot implicitly convert type 'System.Type' to 'string'
According to the documentation, the DataType property is used to specify an XSD data type, not a .NET type: An XML Schema data type, as defined by the World Wide Web Consortium (www.w3.org) document named "XML Schema Part 2: Datatypes". Try this instead: public class EPubBody { [XmlElement(ElementName = "Image")] public EPubImage[] BodyItems; }

Categories : C#

Cannot convert object of type 'System.String' to type 'PropertySearch'
It looks like you are trying to deserialize with invalid json. A good place to check your json format is JsonLint.com. You will want your json object to look more like this: { "UserId": 1, "SessionId": 1, "PriceMin": 1, "PriceMax": 1, "BedsMin": 1 } The issue you are having is you are passing a comma delimited string. The deserializer does not know which values to map to which fields.

Categories : Dotnet

How to solve System.DateTime does not contain a definition for TryParseExact" on Windows CE and C#
Checkout this explanation, it shows how to make your own tryparse, because compact framework does not have it's own. http://www.yortondotnet.com/2009/11/tryparse-for-compact-framework.html

Categories : C#

Unable to convert MySQL date/time value to System.DateTime in VS2010
Set both of these configurations in your connection string. "Convert Zero Datetime=True" "Allow Zero Datetime=True" http://bugs.mysql.com/bug.php?id=26054 Please check manual under connect options and set "Allow Zero Datetime" to true, as on attached pictures, and the error will go away. Check this also: http://mdid.org/mdidwiki/index.php?title=Unable_to_convert_MySQL_date/time_value_to_System.DateTime_exception To fix this problem, either replace all invalid timestamps with NULL or a valid timestamp, or add Allow Zero Datetime=true

Categories : C#

Cannot implicitly convert type 'double' to 'System.Windows.HorizontalAlignment'. An explicit conversion exists (are you missing a cast?)
The HorizontalAlignment property expects an HorizontalAlignment enum. myBarCode.HorizontalAlignment = HorizontalAlignment.Left;

Categories : C#

Issue to get current system datetime dynamically using windows service
The answer to this forum question says: If your Windows Service is running under the SYSTEM account or other account without a profile it will use the settings defined under the HKEY_USERS/.DEFAULT/Control Panel/International registry key. You can change these values from Control Panel / Regional and Language Options / Advanced by checking the check box Apply all settings to the current user account and to the default user profile. Also, read more about the issue on this similar question: Why is my CurrentCulture en-GB and my CurrentUICulture en-US.

Categories : C#

A function with datetime type
The first thing I notice is that you use date() on your show_datetime variable and try to compare it to the DATE(show_datetime) in the query. While DATE() in mysql extracts the date part, date() in PHP does not do this. Take a look at http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.date.php to see how date() works in PHP.

Categories : PHP

RoR sum column of datetime type
Don't think that summing datetimes is a good idea. What you need is calculate duration of each single walk and sum them. You can do it in 2 ways: 1. DB-dependent, but more efficient: # sqlite in dev and test modes sql = "strftime('%s',end_time) - strftime('%s',start_time)" if !Rails.env.production? # production with postgres sql = "extract(epoch from end_time - start_time)" if Rails.env.production? total = dog.walks.sum(sql) 2. DB-agnostic, but less efficient in case of hundreds record for each dog: total = dog.walks.all.inject(0) {|tot,w| tot+=w.end_time-w.start_time}

Categories : Ruby On Rails

How to use SQL Server datetime type in Java
use rs.getDate("column name") It will return a type java.sql.Date, this extends the class java.util.Date from there you can get all the date stuff you need. You mentioned that the .getHour() getDay() ect. are depreciated, well java date packages are really dumb and made poorly. It is now using the Calendar class, use the following Date d = rs.getDate("date_column"); Calendar c = Calendar.getInstance(); c.setTime(d.getTime()); int month = c.get(Calendar.MONTH); More calendar examples at java-forms.org

Categories : Java

C# DateTime type over web service with PHP & SOAP
"... I had a meeting with the developer of web services and he showed me that when he passes System.DateTime type variable to the function it works properly, but he did it locally in C# ..." The function you try to invoke in the C# web service takes a System.DateTime object as a parameter. I looked it up at MSDN and learned that it is a C# class. PHP's DateTime Class is not the same, so the service probably recognizes an instance of PHP's DateTime class as invalid data. I am not sure how communication works with C# services, but I would assume that it requires a binary representation of a C# System.DateTime object. It means that you could potentially investigate how C#'s System.DateTime object is represented in binary and manually construct and pass the binary data in PHP. This is how

Categories : C#

Why method now in Python is obtained as datetime.datetime.now instead of datetime.time.now?
"Now" is a point in time. That means date matters; if it's noon now, yesterday noon is not also now. (Time of day also matters; 9 AM today is also not now.) Thus, it makes sense to have a datetime.datetime.now, but not a datetime.time.now. It could make sense to have a datetime.time.currentlocaltime or datetime.time.currentutctime, but those methods don't exist. You could put in a feature request if you want.

Categories : Python

datetime converter WPF
public object Convert(object value, Type targetType, object parameter, System.Globalization.CultureInfo culture) { if (value is DateTime) { string date=value.Date.ToShortDateString(); return (date); } return string.Empty; }

Categories : C#

how to insert sql timestamp value into datetime type in rails?
Try, changing date = Date.today to date = Time.now Apart from the above I tend to not use variables that may or may not accidentally be a keyword (especially when I am not sure), so instead of naming variable as date, I would use d

Categories : Mysql

Does NSSortDescriptor can sort array with DateTime type?
NSSortDescriptor can be used to date sorting, I used following code and it is working for me: NSSortDescriptor *sortDescriptor = [[NSSortDescriptor alloc] initWithKey::@"inspectionDateTime" ascending:YES selector:@selector(compare:)]; [listAllProject sortUsingDescriptors:[NSArray arrayWithObject:sortDescriptor]];

Categories : Iphone

Parsing string "10:00AM" to DateTime Type?
Your access layer for the database should support the Ruby DateTime type, hence you can parse it as follows: require 'date' DateTime.parse("10:00AM") # => #<DateTime: 2013-08-11T10:00:00+00:00 ((2456516j,36000s,0n),+0s,2299161j)> The whole meridiem notation (AM/PM) is at the presentation level. Your database will store it in its DateTime structure and everytime your retrieve it back into Rails, you can get your presentation by using strftime your_date.strftime("%I:%M%p") => "10:00AM"

Categories : Ruby On Rails

The conversion of a nvarchar data type to a datetime
If you want to add time to your datetime values, just use DATEADD. WHERE dtime BETWEEN DATEADD(minute, 1, @startdate) AND DATEADD(hour, 23, DATEADD(minute, 59, DATEADD(second, 59, @enddate))) You can find the documentation for this here.

Categories : Sql Server

how to clear input type="datetime" via javascript
You can use input[type=datetime] selector instead. $form.find('input[type=datetime]').val(''); jsFiddle

Categories : Javascript

How to convert field of the list item via custom struts type converter?
TypeConversion Annotation: This annotation is used for class and application wide conversion rules. The TypeConversion annotation can be applied at property and method level. @TypeConversion(converter = “com.test.struts2.MyConverter”) public void setAmount(String amount) { this.amount = amount; } This annotation specifies the location of one of my converters. literally, by using this annotation, I register my class com.test.struts2.MyConverter as a converter, and gets executed every time when setAmount(String amount) method is invoked.

Categories : Java

A first chance exception of type 'System.Windows.Markup.XamlParseException' occurred in System.Windows.ni.dll
Have you tried it without the async? Also, the example in the documentation uses EventArgs rather than RoutedEventArgs, but I'm not sure that should cause the exception you're seeing.

Categories : C#

Why does the datetime type in SQL Server Compact round values?
I don't know the full internal details or the motivation behind the choice, but datetime is stored internally as - essentially - two 4-byte integers. One represents date, the other represents time. I suspect you lose some precision in the latter because of the way ticks / milliseconds have been handled since the very first versions of SQL Server, but again, I don't know low-level implementation details. Related questions for more background info: What is the internal representation of datetime in sql server? Allow Entity Framework 4.5 to use datetime2 with SQL Server CE4 In order to support the precision you want without moving the value in and out of binary format, I would suggest using LocalDB which has the same portability advantages of Compact but without many of the feature limita

Categories : C#

C# DateTime vs SQL Server Date - type in stored procedure
Define it as a DATE in your stored procedure CREATE PROCEDURE dbo.YourProcedure (@FromDate DATE) ..... and call it like this from C#: yourSqlCmd.Parameters.Add("@FromDate", SqlDbType.Date); yourSqlCmd.Parameters["@FromDate"].Value = yourDotNetDateTime.Date;

Categories : C#



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