It seems what I was trying to do is not possible with the current DynamicLINQ library. The reason it didn't work was well outlined below by Tilak....My solution was to modify the DynamicLINQ library to allow the query to be written as a string and passed to the where clause for Date/Time datatypes. The modification was found here by Paul Hatcher: ....
Guys i have a big problem in entity framework and DateTime. Here the problem:...First with entity:...When the user submit the form them those values are being create for a condicional query depending on which parameter the user type. Example:...var query = from user in UserTable
I have a search form that allows users to search for something where the record date falls between 2 dates (mm/dd/yyyy)...All of the records and objects are of type Datetime but all I need to compare is the date parts not the time part....According to MSDN, the Date property is supported in LINQ however this statement as written will not a...
You could add a constructor to your class and then initialize there your property....public class News
// properties goes here
...A far better constructor would be the following...public News(int newsId, string title, string content)
Use ...EntityFunctions.TruncateTime... Method (...Nullable<DateTime>...).... It will be transalated into ...TRUNCATETIME()... TSQL function in generated SQL query, which does what you need:...Returns the expression, with the time values truncated....So your code should be as follows:...//get data
var myData = from log in db.OperationLogs
I don't know a way to implement it as you describe it, because ...There's no function in SQL that will filter the dates in string format by inequality (at least those that work with your date format and are convertable from LINQ to SQL query)....You have a flaw in your database design which prevents "normal" methods from working...However, there ar...
I am currently querying the ...msdb.dbo.sysjobhistory... table to find the status of the jobs executed today and show them in a browser. The definition of this table looks like this.
...Here ...run_date... and ...run_time... correspond to the date and time when a particular job was executed both represented as ...int... of course. I am trying to ...
I'm currently using the ...Dynamic LINQ... (...original codeplex link...) library for dynamic search functionality. I have a requirement that I need to ...OrderBy... a ...DateTime?... field only taking into account the Date and not the time.
I'm querying a SQL Azure database using ...EntityFramework.......Here's the sample entity....public class S...
I have two datetime pickers on my form. I want a function that will return all datetimes from a specific table (which are values of a specific column) between those two dates. ...My method looks like this:...public DateTime GetAllArchiveDates(string username = null)
var result = new DateTime;
if (username != null)