Re: What changed with MySqlDbType.Datetime?
Posted by: David Dimmer
Date: November 29, 2004 10:14AM

I have a similiar problem since the new release. Now I can't pass data parameters:

public string FlavorsCountAvailableForShipDate(object ShipDateObject, object TodaysDate)
TodaysDate = VerifyDateAgainstTime(Convert.ToDateTime(TodaysDate));
DateTime ShipDate = Convert.ToDateTime(ShipDateObject);
string StartShipDateFormatted = Convert.ToDateTime(TodaysDate).ToString("yyyy-MM-dd").Replace("'","");
string EndShipDateFormatted = ShipDate.ToString("yyyy-MM-dd").Replace("'","");
string Query = "SELECT count(distinct(flavorid)) as FlavorCount FROM Kopps.flavorcalendar WHERE (flavordate >= '" +StartShipDateFormatted+"' AND flavordate < '"+EndShipDateFormatted+"') OR (flavordate = '' OR flavordate IS NULL)";
MySqlParameter[] paramsToPass = new MySqlParameter[2];
string NumberOfFlavors = "0";
// ----
paramsToPass[0] = new MySqlParameter("@StartShipDateFormatted", StartShipDateFormatted);
paramsToPass[1] = new MySqlParameter("@EndShipDateFormatted", EndShipDateFormatted);

MySqlDataReaderLoad = MySqlHelper.ExecuteReader(_connectionString, Query, paramsToPass);
// ----
NumberOfFlavors = MySqlDataReaderLoad["FlavorCount"].ToString();
NumberOfFlavors = "0";
// ----
return NumberOfFlavors;

Am I doing something wrong?

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