Are you using Python 2.4?
I've seen other people here on the list having problems witht he
DateTime module and it being a day off. Search the archive on
'strftime' and hope.

2005/10/15, Kirk Strauser <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> I'm upgrading our server from a FoxPro backend to PostgreSQL, using the
> Psycopg connector.  My problem is that the old database returned timestamps
> as a "%m/%d/%Y"-formatted string, while Psycopg returns a DateTime object
> (I'm using the internal module, not mxDateTime).  Whenever I use strftime
> to format the object for display, I get the previous day's date instead.
>
> I've found several references to this problem in Google, but no one seems to
> have found a good solution.  Any thoughts?
> --
> Kirk Strauser
> The Day Companies
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