When you are using SQL connected to the server (mysql -ublah) the timestamp
is the server one. If you use app time functions it will be client time.
Bottom line: use server sql functions.
Il giorno 4 lug, 2009 8:50 m., "Nathan Huang" <nathan.vorbei.tech@stripped>
I am going to fetch out the data from remote mysql database according to
timestamps colmmen, however my local date is different from the one on
remote mysql database,
how can I get right timestamp using the date of remote time zone? that is to
say I set the date and send itto remote server or database to calculate
timestamps of it
thanks in advance
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