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The times should display in logged-in user desktop time zone

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Vaj
hi,
i would be very thankful if u can help me in solving this problem.

my problem is i 've a page in that i'm displaying the creation dates of all
files. these dates are like server dates . now i've to display these
creationdates in the current logged in user desktop timezone.
thanks
Nov 16 '05 #1
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hi,

I suppose you are about to localize your app based on the current culture
and settings. Have a look at these namespaces.

System.Globalization
System.Resources
System.Threading

you can get / set the CurrentUiCulture from the running thread to display
according to the local settings.

rgds
Joyjit
"Vaj" <vi*******@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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hi,
i would be very thankful if u can help me in solving this problem.

my problem is i 've a page in that i'm displaying the creation dates of all files. these dates are like server dates . now i've to display these
creationdates in the current logged in user desktop timezone.
thanks

Nov 16 '05 #2

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Vaj
hi,
I've gone thr this.but my requirement is like ---
my apllication is installed in around 100 or more countries.
can i use any Request method to get the logged in user desktop time.or is
there any other way to get this.
"MyNews" <jo**************@thomson.com> wrote in message
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hi,

I suppose you are about to localize your app based on the current culture
and settings. Have a look at these namespaces.

System.Globalization
System.Resources
System.Threading

you can get / set the CurrentUiCulture from the running thread to display
according to the local settings.

rgds
Joyjit
"Vaj" <vi*******@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:OT*************@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
hi,
i would be very thankful if u can help me in solving this problem.

my problem is i 've a page in that i'm displaying the creation dates of

all
files. these dates are like server dates . now i've to display these
creationdates in the current logged in user desktop timezone.
thanks


Nov 16 '05 #3

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