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    Thumbs up Get Mysql Timestamp to textbox with your own format

    here is my complete code for it

    Code:
    Dim conn As New MySqlConnection(connStr)
                conn.Open()
    
                Dim reader As MySqlDataReader
    
                Dim cmd_date As New MySqlCommand("SELECT timestamp FROM allmessage WHERE status='sent' ORDER BY ID DESC LIMIT 0, 1", conn)
    
                reader = cmd_date.ExecuteReader
    
    
                While reader.Read
    
    
                    Dim i As Date = reader.GetDateTime("timestamp")
                    TextBox2.Text = Format(CDate(i), "yyyy-dd-MM HH:mm:ss")
    
                End While
    
                conn.Close()
    declare this function

    Public Function GetDateTime(ByVal ordinal As Integer) As DateTime

    End Function
    Last edited by acidsnake; Feb 27th, 2013 at 04:06 AM. Reason: correction

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    Re: Get Mysql Timestamp to textbox with your own format

    For all of the reasons in this thread: http://www.vbforums.com/showthread.p...in-the-textbox ... this is considered substandard coding... all it takes is one line:
    TextBox1.Text = i.ToString("yyyy-dd-MM HH:mm:ss") ... in fact you can skip using i all together....

    Textbox1.Test = reader.GetDateTime("timestamp").ToString("yyyy-dd-MM HH:mm:ss")

    Oh... and you'll want to do this with a scalar method... not a reader... you're only returning one date and one date only... use the ExecuteScalar function instead.

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