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Solr datetime in C#
Sunday 01, February 2015   |   Post link
Solr expects date to be in a specific format. While creating an update XML, the following snippet will create a compatible date-time string.
public string GetSolrDate(DateTime d)
{
	return d.ToString("s") + "Z";
}


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