Am 21.01.2016 um 13:20 schrieb Heinrich Stoellinger:
> Of course these are valid values as for as CSV is concerned, but not ALL
> are
> valid as far as MySQL goes. I have no problem restoring MySQL-DATE COLUMN
> values, but represent them as "2014-12-22", the same as character strings.
> Forget Base at the moment and deal with the stipulations of SQL, in
> particular
> MySQL.
> On Thu, 21 Jan 2016 11:37:51 +0100, Jaroslaw Staniek <>
> wrote:

Of course, ISO dates are the one and only unambiguous standard for date
strings. It is not too difficult to convert other date strings with 3
numbers and 2 separators into ISO strings which can be converted to real
date values.

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