I'm sure it's just a part of the date-handling process from form entry
to db insertion that I've been mishandling and just came up with a hack.
I'll need to revisit my date handling procedures.
Thanks for the advice.
From: Claude Schneegans [mailto:schneegans@inte...]
Sent: Monday, July 31, 2006 10:59 AM
Subject: Re: Anyone see anything wrong with this code?
>>Ever since I started using MySQL a few years ago, I've had difficulties
getting it to accept dates without the "mmm d, yyyy" formatting.
Personally, I've never had any problem with any database when passing a date
It's THE standard with ODBC drivers, and I guess with JDBC as well.
With dates formated as strings, you never know which format the datasouce
will eventually take.
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