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How to set a date in a Form where the bound date format is a decimal?

Hi all.

I'm successfully using the LiveCycle Designer and I've managed to remotely create Appointments using a CRM Web Service (a mere copy of APPTACTCRTRC).

The only problem I'm encountering is that I'm not able to set the dates/times (start and end of the appointment).

Dragging each of the two fields from the WSDL based Data Connection I obtain a Decimal Field limited to 15 digits.

How can I write a date and time in such a field?

I've tried with a retroverse date as YYYYMMDDHHmmss (for example, 20100301124500) but it does not work (the appointment is indeed created, but with the start date and time fields filled with the current date/time and the end date and time fields filled with the current date and time plus 10 minutes).

The retroverse date above is only 14 digit long, so, maybe, this is the problem. But, given the field definition, I'm not able to fill a blank space between the date and the time. I'm not able to put a dot either.

What should I do?

Any suggestions?

Thank you in advance.

Alessandro

Edited by: Alessandro Canevese on Oct 14, 2010 12:40 PM

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    Posted on Oct 14, 2010 at 02:48 PM

    My question has been answered in a [related thread|Date type-specific Customizing missing for date type ACTActPln;.

    Go [there|Date type-specific Customizing missing for date type ACTActPln; for further details.

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