On Wed, Apr 25, 2001 at 10:59:15PM +0200, Björn Dolkemeier wrote:
> (I posted this also to php.db, but the more I think php.dev would be a
> better place)
> Hello,
> If I do a sybase_query("select getdate()",$Conn) this will return the
> current date in the format "Nov  3 1998  8:06PM" (so I don't have seconds).
> I think this leads to the usage of CS_SHORT_DATE in
> ext/sybase_ct/php_sybase_ct.c (Line 275).
> Does somebody know, if there is a solution for getting another
> datetime-format beyond doing something like sybase_query("select
> convert(varchar,getdate(),108)".

The only way for the moment is using convert(). Sybase is not playing
very nice with datetimes. I noticed this behaviour before in other
programs and came to see that it is the server which doesn't return

> Wouldn't it be better to return the "datetime-results" of queries as a
> timestamp? Or have a php.ini-setting / global parameter how to return
> "datetime-results"?

so this is not an option :(

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