From: "NIPP, SCOTT V (SBCSI)" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> I actually think I know part of this answer... I don't think you
> need to define a variable to insert into your "date" field. Inserting an
> empty value into this filed will populate the field in the database with
> current time, which it appears from your code is what you are trying to do
> here. Try changing the field name and give that a shot. I think I am
> actually right here though.
Well, kind of. :)
This will only happen if the column is a TIMESTAMP column. It does not work
that way for DATE, TIME, or DATETIME columns.
But... we're getting off-topic. :)
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