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Comments by Muhammad Gouda (Top 4 by date)

Muhammad Gouda at 15-Feb-15 6:01am View
   
It is weird to use VarChar for dates. BreakPoint will at least show you the generated sql statement that you can copy it to Sql Management Studio to try to run it on your database
Muhammad Gouda at 15-Feb-15 5:53am View
   
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It is weird to use VarChar for dates. However, you didn't tell me what happened when you set breackpoint
Muhammad Gouda at 15-Feb-15 5:53am View
   
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It is weird to use VarChar for dates. However, you didn't tell me what happened when you set breackpoint
Muhammad Gouda at 15-Feb-15 5:10am View
   
You need to add a break point at ExcuteScalar, and it will guide you
My initial guessing is that your database use DateTime for EStartDate rather than VarChar.

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