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What is the correct format of passing Datetime parameter from VB

What is the correct format of passing Datetime parameter from VB

What is the correct format of passing Datetime parameter from VB

(OP)
Hello
I have a input parameter of datetime type in my report called "FromDate" and I am trying to pass the value through my ocx control in Visual Basic. I have tried all the followin ways of sending but it is always givng me error "invalid parameter value". The formats I have tried are:
CrystalReport1.ParameterFields(0) = "FromDate;datetime(" & Format(l_s_Time, "YYYY;MM;DD;HH;MM;SS") & ");true")

CrystalReport1.ParameterFields(0) = "FromDate;datetime(" & Format(l_s_Time, "YYYY,MM,DD,HH,MM,SS") & ");true")

CrystalReport1.ParameterFields(0) = "FromDate;datetime('" & Format(l_s_Time, "YYYY/MM/DD HH:MM:SS AMPM") & "');true")

I hope somebody can help me with this.

Thanks

RE: What is the correct format of passing Datetime parameter from VB

The first parameter for Crystal Reports is
CrystalReport1.ParameterFields(1) = etc

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RE: What is the correct format of passing Datetime parameter from VB

(OP)
Malcolm I have checked it and found that all crystal activeX control property arrays(like formula,parameterfields) are 0 based

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