thanx I try that.


PS: yes I did, but did not try it yet. Thanx

"Dl Neil" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> Hi Andy,
> > I have a timestamp in my table to store a date. Now I have to update
> other
> > columns and everytime I do this, the timestamp is updated as well. Is
> there
> > a other way then getting the value infront and storing it again?
> If you have first read the row's data, UPDATE the timestamp field with
> the same/read data, then MySQL won't insert NOW() instead.
> Regards,
> =dn
> PS did you get an answer to your CA->Canada question?

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