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What type the datetime is?UTC or Local

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xiaofeng asked on 31 Mar 2011, 03:09 AM
I set current date to the date control When first opening my application .
The code is this.
dtpBookDate.SelectedDate = DateTime.Today
Then I just get the date value of the datepicker ,and pass the datetime to WCF service
I get the value of datepicker like this:
dtpBookDate.SelectedDate.Value
Our client's computer and server's computer are not at the same time zone.But When the service get the value ,the datetime is worng.It become the yesterday ,and it has a time difference.But after I change the value of datepicker manually,I do the same thing that send the datetime to the WCF service,It is right.There is no time difference.It is very strange.

So I think the default date type of the datepicker maybe a UTC?
Help!
Thank  you!

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Kaloyan
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answered on 31 Mar 2011, 08:16 AM
Hello xiaofeng,

Can you perform the same test case by using the SelectedValue instead the SelectedDate. Let us know if the problem still appears.

All the best,
Kaloyan
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