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Pseifert
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Helper II

Handling SQL Server Time

Hello! 

 

I seem to have come across a unique issue that I have not experienced before. The issue that I am having is that I have 2 separate forms that write data to sql server...these require indicating a date time for "hour to hour" to indicate functions that took place in a time frame. The problem is that the forms are virtually identical...yet my newest form is about 8 hours off when it writes to SQL server in terms of what I selected in the hh:mm selector. In my other form, everything works as expected and the time is stored correctly in sql server.. I basically copied the form over to a new screen for a separate function and am receiving completely different results.

 

Any idea as to how this could take place? Both tables sit in the same database...same datetime setup and everything

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v-monli-msft
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Community Support

Hi @Pseifert ,

 

Are these 2 forms in 2 different standalone apps? Did you open them on the same machine with the same web browsers? 

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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