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Rishav

Setting datetimepicker date

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Hi All

I have a problem automating an app made in VB.Net.

The problem lies with the DTP control. Using the _GUICtrlDTP_SetSystemTime function, i can set the date as whatever I want but the date being saved internally is still sysdate. :D

I am providing a simple UI to illustrate my problem. Its a simple input box with a DTP field and a button. When u push the button, the date currently selected is shown in a messagebox.

If you want to doublecheck for malicious code, open the sln file in your code designer.

The path to the exe is "\Test\Test\bin\Debug\Test.exe"

#include <GuiDateTimePicker.au3>

WinActivate("Test")
Dim $tDate[7] = [False, 2042, 02, 19, 0, 0, 0]

$hDTP=ControlGetHandle("Test","","[NAME:DateTimePicker1]")
_GUICtrlDTP_SetSystemTime($hDTP, $tDate)

Everytime i run the autoit code, the test dtp is set to 19/2/2042 but when i press the button, the date shown is still sysdate. any ideas?

thanks and regards

Rishav

Test.rar

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