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Date rounding change from release 15 onwards?

We have a .net WinForms application using Visual Studio 2013, .net 4.6.1, crystal v 13 (developed using 13_0_15 Visual studio integration and being run on a variety of runtimes from 13_0_9 to 13_0_15)

One of our customers reported today that data on their report was showing incorrectly.

On investigation, the date in question was being sent in to the report as 31st December 2014 23:59:59.980, but was being displayed as 1st January 2015 00:00:00.000

This change was not reproducible in our dev environment until we upgraded the Crystal runtimes to 13_0_15 and 13_0_16 (from 13_0_14). So it seems like a change was introduced in release 15 that changed this behaviour. There is no mention of this change in the release notes, so is this an issue that is likely to be resolved in a future development?



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    Posted on Apr 20, 2016 at 09:00 PM

    Hi James,

    Thanks for posting here... Can you send me a report with saved data so I can see what is happening also?

    Also need to know what the database is and how you are connecting, if ODBC which DB driver you are using.

    What are you doing on code, modifying anything or just logging on and previewing?



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    • Former Member Don Williams

      Hi Don,

      Great to hear that it will be addressed in an upcoming release as we would otherwise be stuck at rel14, which currently is no problem as it works for us, but we prefer to keep up to date with releases.

      Thanks for your help progressing this, much appreciated.


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