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Covert c# datetime format to java datetime format
Your format string doesn't match the input date string : // 2013-07-03T19:16:02.3694 <-- date string static SimpleDateFormat formatter = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy-MM-dd"); You need to first parse the date string using the SimpleDateFormat with pattern yyyy-MM-dd'T'HH:mm:ss.SSSSSS and then you can format the Date object with dd-MM-YYYY pattern.Remember MM is for months , mm stands for minutes. String formattedDate = new SimpleDateFormat("dd-MM-YYYY").format( new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy-MM-dd'T'HH:mm:ss.SSSSSS") .parse(reportItem.getString("AddedTime")));

Categories : C#

format string in datetime c# to insert in MYSQL datetime column
Your line: string time = Convert.ToDateTime("10-10-2014 15:00:00"); Shouldn't compile. I can only guess that you don't have DateTime as type of your column in SQL Server, you should modify it to keep DateTime and then pass a DateTime type object, not a string.

Categories : C#

Adding date or time in datetime format to another datetime
*This is a method using DateTime:* $begin = new DateTime($start); $finish = new DateTime($end); $difference = $finish->format('U') - $begin->format('U'); // working version $minutesDiff = round(($difference/60), 0); $finalDate = new DateTime(); $finalDate->modify(sprintf('+%s minutes', $minutesDiff)); edit added missing bracket edit2 version without ->diff() method

Categories : PHP

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

asp.net DetailView datetime field format doesn't match the SQL Server format
Check Your PC Date format and enter date of same format in due date if you enters the date time dynamically then use like this DateTime.Now.ToString(yyyy-MM-dd) here yyyy-MM-dd is my date format enter yours format in this and this is for current date you can use it for the date you desired

Categories : C#

How to convert SCORM 2004 session_time format to a usable datetime format in SQL
Just worked out a solution for me. This would need to be put inside a SQL function for me and I would need to finish off the last bit where I decide what format I want. I am only updating around 900 rows and it is a 1 off update so performance isn't an issue. DECLARE @session_time varchar(200) = 'P50Y2M3DT4H5M6S' DECLARE @date varchar(100) = '' DECLARE @time varchar(100) = '' DECLARE @year varchar(20) = '0' DECLARE @month varchar(20) = '0' DECLARE @day varchar(20) = '0' DECLARE @hour varchar(20) = '0' DECLARE @minute varchar(20) = '0' DECLARE @second varchar(20) = '0' -- Remove the P SET @session_time = SUBSTRING(@session_time, 2, LEN(@session_time)-1) -- If we have a T IF PATINDEX('%T%',@session_time) > 0 BEGIN SET @date = SUBSTRING(@session_time, 0, PATINDEX('%T%',@session_

Categories : PHP

Convert Datetime format to varchar format style workaround
Well you can convert both Dates in any format before you compare the two just use any of these: run this and you can select from them, make sure to convert both dates before Comparing Select convert(varchar, GetDate(), 100) as '100 Conversion', convert(varchar, GetDate(), 101) as '101 Conversion', convert(varchar, GetDate(), 102) as '102 Conversion', convert(varchar, GetDate(), 103) as '103 Conversion', convert(varchar, GetDate(), 104) as '104 Conversion', convert(varchar, GetDate(), 105) as '105 Conversion', convert(varchar, GetDate(), 106) as '106 Conversion', convert(varchar, GetDate(), 107) as '107 Conversion', convert(varchar, GetDate(), 108) as '108 Conversion', convert(varchar, GetDate(), 109) as '109 C

Categories : SQL

SSRS DateTime Parameter Force Time
There should very rarely be a need for setting a date parameter with a time of 23:59:59, usually when this is the case it is because you are using something like: WHERE DateTimeField BETWEEN @DateTime1 AND @DateTime2; Which is best avoided, Aaron Bertrand has gone into far more detail than I could in an answer here in his article What do BETWEEN and the devil have in common?, but the long and the short of it is that when working with DATETIME it is almost always preferential to use something like WHERE DateField >= @DateTime1 AND DateField < @DateTime2; Although this can cause some confusion to users who are expecting that if they choose and end date parameter of 15th August 2013, it will include data from that date, so you may need to use: WHERE DateField >= @DateTime1 AND

Categories : SQL

DateTime to XML format but keep the datatype as datetime
The dateTime object holds the date and time in a way that is independent of any formatting. The output format is chosen when you convert the value to a string. If it comes out as dd:mm:yyyy, that's because it's defaulting to the format used by the country/language configured for your machine. So the answer is, if you want the ISO format (which you refer to as XML format), then the time to request this is at the time you output the dateTime as XML; it's not a property of the date/time value itself.

Categories : C#

Get custom datetime format from standard format
Here's some code do get the patterns: var c = new CultureInfo("fr-FR"); Console.WriteLine(c.DateTimeFormat.LongDatePattern); Console.WriteLine(c.DateTimeFormat.ShortDatePattern); Console.WriteLine(c.DateTimeFormat.FullDateTimePattern); The result from a console app is the following dddd d MMMM yyyy dd/MM/yyyy dddd d MMMM yyyy HH:mm:ss

Categories : C#

how to change date format of datetime format in php
I'd certainly hope that date values aren't actually stored in a textual format at all, any more than numbers are. It's a bit like asking the database to store numbers as hex instead of decimal. You should separate the inherent values within the data from the textual format applied to them when you present them. Normally I'd recommend formatting the data at the client side instead (which typically has more user context) but you can specify a format in the SELECT statement as well: SELECT DATE_FORMAT(StartDate, '%d-%m-%y') FROM SomeTable Likewise when inserting or updating data, I would try to use parameterized SQL so that you don't specify dates as text at all - normally the client library should be able to pass the data on to the database in a native binary format. In general, you sho

Categories : PHP

Javascript datetime format in database format
dateToString : function (unformatted) { if (!unformatted) { return null; } var year = unformatted.getFullYear(); var month = unformatted.getMonth() + 1; var day = unformatted.getDate(); if (month < 10) { month = '0' + month; } if (day < 10) { day = '0' + day; } return [year, month, day].join('-'); } feel free to add time formatting

Categories : Javascript

How can I pass cascading parameters from ASP.NET to SSRS
The correct way to do this was to set the parameters one by one. I created the following method: public void setSingleValueParameter(String name, String value) { ParameterValue[] parameter = new ParameterValue[1]; parameter[0] = new ParameterValue(); parameter[0].setName(name); parameter[0].setValue(value); service.setExecutionParameters(parameter,"en-us"); } And then I call the method for each parameter in the order they appear in the SSRS report

Categories : Asp Net

Run SSRS Report automatically with parameters
You can automate this using Subscriptions and Delivery Feature in Reporting Service. It allows you to run report at specific time on reporting server. these reports can be delivered to shared folder or to email address. In the subscription screen in Reporting Services Report manager, go to the options report parameter values, set the reporting parameter values. You can also set default values in reports itself. Let me know more about how do you want to pass the parameter. The start date and end date can be set through expression such as start and end of the month so on. The parameter value needs to be set such as "start date" =DateSerial(Year(Now()), Month(Now()), "1").AddMonths(-1) and "end date parameters" =DateSerial(Year(Now()), Month(Now()), "1").AddDays(-1) in the report paramete

Categories : C#

SSRS Reporting multi value parameters
Assuming your parameter name is MyParameter, in report designer (BIDS) just drop a textbox onto report below the data (e.g. Table) and put following expression into its value's formula: =Parameters!MyParameter.Value.Split(",")(Parameters!MyParameter.Value.Split(",").Length - 1) it will split the parameter list and grab the last value Update: here is the screenshot with steps: And here is the runtime result

Categories : Reporting Services

SSRS: how to group by multiple parameters
If you deselect 'Allow multiple values' in the Parameter properties, your group by expression should work as is. You will then be able to group by the selected value from the parameter. (It will then not be possible to choose more than one of the values). But it only makes sense to group on one value, or?

Categories : Reporting Services

How to pass "like" or "Contains" parameters to fetchXML in ssrs report
Go into the properties of the dataset and click on the Parameters "tab". Enter the following for your parameter value: ="%" & Parameters!myParameter.Value & "%" Then use the standard value for a parameter in the condition value:

Categories : Dotnet

Using multi value parameters in measure group at SSRS
Try MEMBER [Measures].[MY_MEASURE] AS Aggregate( STRTOSET(@MULTI_VALUE_PARAM), [Measures].[MEASURE_FROM_MY_CUBE], ) The syntax ( [Measures].[MEASURE_FROM_MY_CUBE], <something> ) that you use defines a tuple in MDX, and that may only contain a single member from each hierarchy. And a set is not a member. The Aggregate MDX function takes a set as first parameter, and an expression as the second, and then aggregates the set according to the cube definition - which in most cases is summing, but might be different for some measures.

Categories : Reporting Services

SSRS Query Based Parameters Not Refreshing
Do this: Create a master report and add your report as a sub report. Make a dataset on the master that runs your sql query. Then, pass the result into the sub report parameter as an expression. Example--- =First(Fields!YourValue.Value, "DataSet1") ---

Categories : Sql Server

SSRS Procedure has no parameters and arguments were supplied
please check with this format GO IF OBJECT_ID(N'[dbo].[uspFirstCurveProcess]',N'P') IS NOT NULL DROP PROCEDURE [dbo].[uspFirstCurveProcess] GO CREATE PROCEDURE [dbo].[uspFirstCurveProcess] ( @Period int ,@Year varchar(4) ,@FacilityID int ) as begin //your code end i think you declared parameters inside the procedure

Categories : SQL

Split pages in SSRS with parameters and different datasets
Try inserting 5 Rectangle items into your report and add a page break after each one. You can then insert Charts into the Rectangle items, making sure they are sized appropriately. Also make sure the SSRS parameter points to the parameter used in the charts' Datasets.

Categories : Reporting Services

SSRS format rows on report
You could put your table control inside a list control and give them both the same datasource and grouping. Then put your PERSON and DATE fields in the list control and position them as you like. The table would only be there to display the detail and wouldn't have fields for PERSON and DATE.

Categories : Reporting Services

Need help to create a SSRS RDL report in specified format
One approach in this case would be to add the Label information to the underlying stored procedure, i.e. the same information repeadted for each Code, then only display this information once for each Code in group footer rows. This assumes that you can't just calculate the Label values for each Code from the rest of the DataSet. So, making some guesses about your data and assuming your updated DataSet looks like this: You can create a report similar to this: Note that the Label information is displayed only once for each Code since the information is in the group footer rows. Just specify the Label fields without any aggregation; this will just take the first row's values. Results look to match your requirements: You could approach this other ways, e.g. using the Lookup functio

Categories : Reporting Services

Adding styles to Parameters controls in SSRS 2008
You could try hacking the css in the report manager - not sure if that will 'pass through' to sharepoint. Maybe you could modify some css in sharepoint to this. Use a dom inspector such as Firebug, Chrome developer tools or IE developer tools to see where the styles are coming from. If you need to validate dates, you can do this in a stored procedure. Check the values of the parameters and kick out an error message. It's not pretty, but it works. IF DATEDIFF(m,@STARTDATE, @ENDDATE) > 0 RAISERROR(N'Date range must be less than one month',16,1)

Categories : Reporting Services

Want to create 2 columns with different period parameters from the same data in SSRS
When something seems too complicated to resolve with a single query, I create and populate a DataTable runtime and pass it to ReportViewer. In this case you can: create a DataTable with Shop and Product as a PK (if you want print the report for a period of months you can also add Month as PK). The other 2 columns will be Avg12Months and Avg2Months insert a record for each combination of Shop/Product (and eventually Month) for each record Shop/Product calculate and save the results for Avg12Months and Avg2Months pass your DataTable to ReportViewer use a single Tablix to display the results (sort, grouping and other operations can be done in the Tablix) Some passages can be combined in order to speed up the process.

Categories : Postgresql

How to use parameters in report when using SSRS matrix and table wizard
If the user running the report needs to define a date parameter, they need to create a date parameter with the same name as the parameter in the stored procedure that is called by the report. They should then set the Data Type to Date/Time, and make sure the parameter is visible. When the user runs the report, they will be able to use the calendar feature to pass the date value to the report procedure.

Categories : Reporting Services

Error when passing parameters to SSRS in an iframe via POST
That is pretty cool, never thought about doing it that way. Never tried it with javascript to html but I do know I had an example in a book I did that used a 'select' element inside the form with 'option' elements inside it. There may be an issue with HTML structure. Can you create the HTML manually first and try it before doing the javascript and assure it works as designed? I do know in the lab I tried and it did work to change values. I would assume you could generate the html with the javascript and do it but I am not certain. I obtained this from the book "Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services" by Brian Larson, abridged: < form id="frmRender" action=" (link to report location on reportservice)" method="post" target="self"> < select ID="rs:Format" Name="rs:Format

Categories : Javascript

SSRS: How can I accessing report parameters from custom assembly?
I don't think you can. The corresponding MSDN documentation mentions that you can use parameters in custom assemblies: You can reference the global parameters collection via custom code in a Code block of the report definition or in a custom assembly that you provide. The parameters collection is read-only and has no public iterators. But the examples provided both require you to provide all parameters or just one as an argument to the custom code functions, e.g. ' Passing an entire global parameter collection to custom code. ' This function returns the value of a specific report parameter MyParameter. Public Function DisplayAParameterValue(ByVal parameters as Parameters) as Object Return parameters("MyParameter").Value End Function And: ' Passing an individual parameter to

Categories : Reporting Services

How to format a number with an expression in SSRS based on a value?
You could create an expression, something like: =Format( Fields!Price.Value, Switch( Fields!MinIncrement.Value = 0.000100, "0.0000", Fields!MinIncrement.Value = 0.010000, "0.00", Fields!MinIncrement.Value = 0.100000, "0.0" ) ) Just expand the Switch statement with the other possible values for MinIncrement.

Categories : Sql Server

How to map a single SSRS parameter to multiple parameters of a stored procedure
If you pass a single date to what I presume is a "between" parameter, you will probably get zero rows. Instead, try this: Add a date parameter to your SSRS report. We'll call it "c" Set the "Fromdate" parameter to "Hidden", and set its default value to =Parameters!c.Value Set the "Todate" paramter to "Hidden", and set its default value to =DATEADD("d",1, Parameters!c.Value) (adjust the time added as needed) This should allow the user to only see the "c" parameter, while populating the target parameters in a useful way.

Categories : Reporting Services

Using Multiple Parameters in SSRS from Stored Procedure Returns Blank
You can only use IN with static defined within your query. In this cas use = CREATE PROCEDURE [dbo].[usp_GetPerson]( @Category varchar(20)) AS BEGIN SELECT FirstName, LastName, Category FROM tblPerson WHERE (Category = @Category)

Categories : SQL

In SSRS how can I filter using a StartDate parameter where the format does not include AM or PM
If you speak about AX: You can use this function: =Microsoft.Dynamics.Framework.Reports.DataMethodUtility.ConvertUtcToAxUserTimeZoneForUser(Parameters!AX_CompanyName.Value, Parameters!AX_UserContext.Value, Fields!StartDate, "t", Parameters!AX_RenderingCulture.Value) Fields!StartDate is your DATE field i never use "t", if it doesn't work try "tt", it will return if your time is "AM" or "PM"

Categories : SQL

SSRS Url Access Specify Format Breaks Report When Parameter Page is Triggered
This should be 'as designed' I believe as the 'rs:' portion of the url is saying 'RenderState(something)'. If the report has REQUIRED parameters you have three choices: Set a default Pass them to the Rest URI Remove them if you want to autogenerate via Rest URI Generally you just need to add the parameters to your rest uri like: main root http:// (servername)/ReportServer/Pages/ReportViewer.aspx? directory (if you have one) %2fTest%2f itemname: ComboWithParm renderit: &rs:Command=Render parameters: &Parm=HereIAmPassedInThroughAnUrl All at once: http:// (servername)/ReportServer/Pages/ReportViewer.aspx?%2fTest%2fComboWithParm&rs:Command=Render&Parm=HereIAm If you are using a web application with .NET technologies and ASP.NET I believe you can use the

Categories : Reporting Services

Format phone number and hide #ERROR when return is null SSRS
The error you have got is nothing to do with formatting, it is the conversion to Double that is failing. So your expression works perfectly as long as your field consists entirely of numeric characters. However, you have some data with non-numeric characters in it, causing the Convert.ToDouble() function to throw an error. Unfortunately this can not be solved with an IIF expression because IIF is a function, not a language construct so both the true and false parameters get evaluated before being passed to the function regardless of the value of the boolean condition parameter. This means that: =IIF(IsNumeric(Fields!Phone.Value), Format(Convert.ToDouble(Fields!Phone.Value), "(###)###-####"), Fields!Phone.Value) will always attempt the conversion to double regardless of the result of th

Categories : Reporting Services

Format DateTime
Try to use this (in your hibernateObject class): @Temporal(TemporalType.TIMESTAMP) @DateTimeFormat(pattern = "yyyy-MM-dd hh:mm:ss") public Date getStartDate() { return startDate; } public void setStartDate(Date startDate) { this.startDate = startDate; } When you do as you show date object actually has no changes. Only thing that happens: you create String that contains formatted date. So you can specify DateTimeFormat pattern to store date in that pattern instead. Also note, that "hh" string in your date pattern actually will give you value from 1 to 12. It is AM/PM hour. To get 0-24 hours value use "HH" instead (see http://docs.oracle.com/javase/6/docs/api/java/text/SimpleDateFormat.html, "Date and Time Patterns" section)

Categories : Java

DateTime Format for .NET
var res = DateTime.Now.ToString("MM/dd/yyyy hh:mm:ss tt", CultureInfo.InvariantCulture); Read Standard Date and Time Format Strings On MSDN for more information Below is another way of achieving same format Console.WriteLine(date1.ToString("G", CultureInfo.CreateSpecificCulture("en-us"))); // Displays 4/10/2008 6:30:00 AM

Categories : C#

How do I convert string date format to datetime date format?
This should do it: SELECT CONVERT(DATETIME, REPLACE('Sept. 23, 2013','.',''), 107) This removes dot in string and converts to datetime format 107. And this returns the string you wanted (MM/DD/YYYY): SELECT CONVERT(VARCHAR(10), CONVERT(DATETIME, REPLACE('Sept. 23, 2013','.',''), 107), 101) For other format types see: http://www.sqlusa.com/bestpractices/datetimeconversion/ and http://www.sql-server-helper.com/tips/date-formats.aspx Edit: It turns out it works for me because of Slovenian locale (Sept.). This one should work in English locale: SELECT CONVERT(VARCHAR(10), CONVERT(DATETIME, SUBSTRING('Sept. 23, 2013', 0, 4) + ' ' + SUBSTRING('Sept. 23, 2013',6,9), 107), 101) As a function.

Categories : Asp Net

DateTime Format Handling
You can use ParseExact DateTime.ParseExact(datestring, "dd.MM.yyyy", System.Globalization.CultureInfo.InvariantCulture); you already know format so you can go for this, but make sure the string is in same format and never changes.

Categories : C#

DateTime is not in proper format
There's several ways to do this. Either: Change the regional settings for the user running your web application Use the correct CultureInfo object when formatting Set the default CultureInfo object on the current thread Escape the slashes To provide a CultureInfo object when formatting: @Html.DisplayFor(modelItem => item.EndDate.ToString("dd/MM/yyyy", CultureInfo.GetCulture("en-US"))) To set the default CultureInfo object: Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentCulture = CultureInfo.GetCulture("en-US"); To escape the slashes, use single quotes: [DisplayFormat(ApplyFormatInEditMode = true, DataFormatString = "{0:dd'/'MM'/'yyyy}")] Note that all the code ends up in DateTime.ToString(string) or one of its overloads, so that's the place to look for clues to this.

Categories : C#

Output format datetime in yii
Your validation rule definition is wrong. If you want to only accept a correctly formatted date from the user, the rule should read array ('time_start, time_end', 'date', 'format' => 'yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss'), This sets up a CDateValidator with the correct date format, which you have to specify not using PHP DateTime conventions but with those of CDateTimeParser.

Categories : Mysql



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