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andrew_dk14-Apr-08 12:29
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I have a function in an ASP.Net project that sets the date in a text box. ie
<br />
Private Sub SetDate()<br />
    Dim dateTimeFormatInfo As DateTimeFormatInfo = cultureInfo.CurrentCulture.DateTimeFormat<br />
    Dim dateStartDate As Date = Date.Now<br />
    txtStartDate.Text = dateStartDate.ToString("d", dateTimeFormatInfo)<br />
End Sub<br />

In my web.config I have:
<br />
<globalization requestEncoding="utf-8" responseEncoding="utf-8" uiCulture="en" culture="en-US" /><br />

When I run this locally I get the expected short date format, namely m/d/yyyy (on Windows XP SP2 using the VS web server). However when I run it on IIS on Windows 2003 the date is always formatted as dd/MM/yyyy. I thought this may have been something to do with regional settings on the server so I changed this. No difference. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling the .Net 2.0 framework but to no avail. When I do a:
<br />
Dim dateTimeFormatInfo As DateTimeFormatInfo = cultureInfo.CurrentCulture.DateTimeFormat<br />
Response.Write(dateTimeFormatInfo.ShortDatePattern)<br />

it is always output as dd/MM/yyyy. I know you can manually set the ShortDatePattern however I would prefer to know why this isn't working as expected. It's probably something incredibly trivial that I have overlooked. Any advice much appreciated.
Thanks.
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