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when am copying a date column from list A to List B.
am able to copy the the date but, copied date has date decreased by a day!
after coping to
Date = 11\25\2010
if (properties.AfterProperties["follow_x0020_Date"] != null)
item["Status follow up date"] = properties.AfterProperties["follow_x0020_Date"].ToString();
flag = 1;
dt = Convert.ToDateTime(properties.ListItem["follow_x0020_Date"]);
I hope this is posted to the correct forum.
I have successfully migrated an entire Farm from 2007 to 2010. Most everything converted successfully without a hitch. In 2007, I constructed some very integral and complicated custom event handlers that worked with SPLists and SPListItems on the Item
Added / Changed event using Visual Studio 2008.
Is there a way to convert event handlers from 2007? Or will I have to recode everything from scratch?
Thanks in Advance,
Edit: I have VS2010 now instead of 2008, that is a concern. Also, everything is operating on a 64bit server.
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