mpeppler at peppler.org
Thu Dec 20 10:52:13 EST 2001
Bradley Bell writes:
> On Tue, Dec 18, 2001 at 02:09:44AM -0500, James K. Lowden wrote:
> > Hi Bradley,
> > Bradley Bell wrote:
> > > isql uses db-lib, so maybe this is a limitation of db-lib?
> > What you're seeing in isql is db-lib's default conversion, the result (I
> > assume) of calling dbbind to make a string of a datetime field. A
> > db-lib application can call dbdatecrack() and construct any string it
> > likes (or rely on server-side conversions, of course).
> Ah, I think I see now. I think that php's mssql module does this.
> Maybe I should try and make the sybase modules follow the same convention
> (I'm using the sybase_ct, so I think I would need to use cs_dt_info().
Actually that'd be cs_dt_crack() (although I don't know if FreeTDS
implements that yet).
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