What format do you want?
You can use
and you will get mm/dd/YYYY, or look at the convert function in the SQL
Server Books Online, or
u can use php function date and format whatever you want.
"Matt Brown" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> Hi All,
> We have MS Sql Server 7 running backend and are running our reports via
> PHP 4.2.3 (compiled with freetds), we have the flag
> mssql.datetimeconvert = 0 set in the php.ini, but yet all date/time(s)
> are returned as 'Nov 13 2002 02:26PM'...
> This is driving us mad, everywhere we search for a solution says that
> the flag mssql.datetimeconvert = 0 or Off fixes this problem, however in
> our config it does not ...
> Anyone have any suggestions ?
> Matt Brown
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