How To Use Convert Date Statement In CmdInsert.Parameters.Add(Date,SqlDbType.DateTime).Value = Date

Sep 21, 2006

Hi
I am using SQL 2005, VB 2005
I am trying to insert a record using parameters using the following code as per MotLey suggestion and it works fine
string insertSQL;
insertSQL = "INSERT INTO Issue(ProjectID, TypeofEntryID, PriorityID ,Title, Area) VALUES (@ProjectID, @TypeofEntryID, @PriorityID ,@Title, @Area)";
cmdInsert SqlCommand;
cmdInsert=new SqlCommand(insertSQL,conn);
cmdInsert.Parameters.Add("@ProjectID",SqlDbType.Varchar).Value=ProjectID.Text;

My query is how to detail with dates my previous code was
insertSQL += "convert(datetime,'" + DateTime.Now.ToString("dd/MM/yy") + "',3), '";
I tried the code below but the record doesn't save?
string date = DateTime.Now.ToString("dd/MM/yy");
insertSQL = "INSERT INTO WorkFlow(IssueID, TaskID, TaskDone, Date ,StaffID) VALUES (@IDIssue, @IDTask, @TaskDone, convert(DateTime,@Date,3),@IDStaff)"; 
cmdInsert.Parameters.Add("IDIssue", SqlDbType.Int).Value = IDIssue.ToString();
cmdInsert.Parameters.Add("IDTask",SqlDbType.Int).Value = IDTask.Text;
cmdInsert.Parameters.Add("TaskDone",SqlDbType.VarChar).Value = TaskDoneTxtbox.Text;
cmdInsert.Parameters.Add("Date",SqlDbType.DateTime).Value = date;
cmdInsert.Parameters.Add("IDStaff",SqlDbType.Int).Value = IDStaff.Text;
Could someone point to me in the right direction?
Thanks in advance

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