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How can I modify the following expression to convert a DateTime filed to english culture (en-us).
=Format(CDate(First(Fields!quote_effectivefrom.Value, "DataSet1")), "MMMM d, yyyy")
The following (DateTimeParse) is not supported in CRM Online:
DateTime.Parse(First(Fields!quote_effectivefrom.Value, "DataSet1"), System.Globalization.CultureInfo.GetCultureInfo("en-US"))
How can I convert it to a supported format in CRM Online?
Try to use expression that Tony suggested:
=Format(CDate(First(Fields!quote_effectivefrom.Value, "DataSet1")), "MM/dd/yyyy")
The issue was that a user with e.g. Chinese culture got an error when displaying the report. Se we decided to convert the date to en-US. This is what I was looking for:
=CDate(First(Fields!quote_effectivefrom.Value, "DataSet1")).ToString("MMMM d, yyyy", System.Globalization.CultureInfo.CreateSpecificCulture("en-US"))
Thank you for responses.
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