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Problem in passing System.Nullable<DateTime>

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Hello Group,

(tech: C#, VS2005)

I'm facing a problem in passing Nullable<DateTimeto a webservice.
Below is code in webservice wrapper (reference.cs) used set/get date.

When i set date value

WS.PropertyDateTime = DateTime.Now();
WS.Execute(); //call webmethod
The code fails saying "Date value is of wring type".

private System.Nullable<DateTimemyDateTime;

[System.Xml.Serialization.XmlElementAttribute(IsNul lable=true)]
public System.Nullable<DateTimePropertyDateTime {
get {
return this.myDateTime;
set {
this.myDateTime = value;
But when i remove System.Nullable everything works fine without any

private DateTime myDateTime;
[System.Xml.Serialization.XmlElementAttribute(IsNul lable=false)]
public DateTime PropertyDateTime {
// same code as above

So, here are my questions:
1) Is it advisable to change code in webservice wrapper class
2) if Not then how can solve this problem.

I tried passing date in various formats, used xmlConvert, setting
(IsNullable=false) in client class using propertyInfo etc. But nothng

Please suggest.


Jul 5 '06 #1
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