Hi all,
I am using a PEAR DB prepared statement to insert date into mySQL.
I tried several methods but the timestamp inserted is the current time instead of the one I specified.
I have tried

20040130114049 ,
2004-01-30 11:40:49,

for mo_date
$sth = $db->prepare("INSERT INTO msg_log_mo_temp(mo_id, mo_operator," ."mo_shortcode, mo_keyword, mo_message, mo_smobile, mo_date, mo_error)" . " VALUES(?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?)");
$db->executeMultiple($sth, $mo_success);

None of it work.
Does prepared statement support inserting date into a timestamp colume?
If it does, what is wrong with the above?

Ai Leen

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