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duplo1

Posts: 67
Posted: 04/27/2009, 9:40 AM

I need to calculate a date field for an Asp.net C# INMOTION project. The standard asp.net coding does not work, and Inmotion is not documented at all.

Here is what I would need:

When a registration field is completed, it should automatically calculate an expiration date based on Current Date + 30 Days.

I have tried:
Corporate_Addresses.GetControl<MTTextBox>("Plan_Expiration").Text = DateTime.Now.ToString() + 30;

I dont get an error, but the default value is displayed as "4/25/2009 8:11:21 PM30"

Anyhelp is much appreciated.

Christoph
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vsuarez

Posts: 8
Posted: 04/27/2009, 10:30 AM

Hi Christoph,

You are concatenating strings instead of adding days. To add days you may use something like:

theNewDate = DateTime.Now.AddDays(30);

In your example:

Corporate_Addresses.GetControl<MTTextBox>("Plan_Expiration").Text = DateTime.Now.AddDays(30).ToString();

If you want your new date not to fall in a holiday, you may also use something like:

while (theNewDate.DayOfWeek == DayOfWeek.Saturday || theNewDate.DayOfWeek == DayOfWeek.Sunday) {
theNewDate.AddDays(1);
}


Regards,

Victor
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duplo1

Posts: 67
Posted: 05/04/2009, 9:59 AM

Thank you so much, Victor.

It worked great.

C.
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