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Validation no longer working...old version though. :(

Thread began 10/31/2014 11:36 am by Nathon Jones Web Design | Last modified 11/06/2014 1:33 pm by Nathon Jones Web Design | 1414 views | 22 replies

Nathon Jones Web Design

Thanks man. Fixed it.

On the same website, I have this problem where the time isn't being displayed from an MSSQL datetime field via the following code:

<%IF FormatDateTime((rsEVENT.Fields.Item("tmsastartdate").Value), vbShortTime) >= "00:00" Then %><%ELSE%>
<%IF FormatDateTime((rsEVENT.Fields.Item("tmsastartdate").Value), vbShortTime) >= "11:59" Then %>
<h2><%= FormatDateTime((rsEVENT.Fields.Item("tmsastartdate").Value), vbShortTime) %> pm</h2>
<%ELSE%>
<h2><%= FormatDateTime((rsEVENT.Fields.Item("tmsastartdate").Value), vbShortTime) %> am</h2>
<%End IF%>
<%End IF%>

Here's an event that has this problem:
http://www.tmsa.org.uk/scottish-music-event.asp?e=2085&b=1

The "tmsastartdate" for this event is stored in the datetime field as:
03/12/2014 21:00:00

I appreciate that's above and beyond but I know you're good at spotting things like this. Appreciate it.
NJ

EDIT: Hmm, looking at the code I'm not sure what I was trying to achieve apart from displaying AM or PM. Changed it to this:

<%IF FormatDateTime((rsEVENT.Fields.Item("tmsastartdate").Value), vbShortTime) >= "11:59" Then %>
<h2><%= FormatDateTime((rsEVENT.Fields.Item("tmsastartdate").Value), vbShortTime) %> pm</h2>
<%ELSE%>
<h2><%= FormatDateTime((rsEVENT.Fields.Item("tmsastartdate").Value), vbShortTime) %> am</h2>
<%End IF%>

...and it seems to have resolved it.

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