Thanks. Really appreciate it. My issue is this.
string strDate = "2012-11-09 07:20:07.410"
Datetime actualDate = Convert.ToDateTime(strDate);
Now when I save this date (actualDate) in the database(I am using the Entity Frame work to connect to the database), this is what i see in the database : 2012-11-09 07:20:07.000
As you can see, the millisecond is zero in the database... so my question is how do I save date (after converting from string to datetime) with milliseconds... my datebase date column is SQL datetime type...
You could have chosen this[^] forum, or this[^] one. Richard is right - as your question doesn't have any code element, i.e. you haven't actually asked why your code is slow, then it's not for this forum. Your question is more general and, dare I say it, architectural.
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