I tried what you had suggested and I still get the same result.

Robert Twitty wrote:
The date() is for use with the 32-bit C time value returned by functions
like time().  Data from fields of type datetime are returned as strings in
the form Jan  9 2004 by the mssql extension as the default. To return it
using ISO format set mssql.datetimeconvert to "On" in the php.ini file, or
use the following command:

ini_set('mssql.datetimeconvert' , 1 );

-- bob

On Mon, 26 Jan 2004, Steve wrote:

I have Apache 1.3 and PHP 4 running on Windows 98 connecting to a local
MS SQL 7.0 server.  MS SQL has the date as 2004-01-09 (YYYY-MM-DD), when
I print the date to a webpage with this PHP code:

printf("Date Picked Up: %s\nDate", date("Y/j/n",$row[0]);

I get this output:


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