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From:Gerald Clark Date:December 14 2001 7:07pm
Subject:Re: Fw: timestamp
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Steve Osborne wrote:

>  
>  Rick,
>  
>  <snip>
>   Just add a field of type TIMESTAMP to your record.  Whenever the field is
>  added or updated, this field will be updated as well.
>  </snip>
>  
>  The field is already a 'timestamp(14)' type field, but all that is being
>  stored in the fields are zero's.
>  
>  Do you know what could be causing this?
>  
>  Steve
>  mysql (filter filter) 
> 
Yes, you are  putting something there, and it is not a valid datetime, 
so Mysql substitutes 0s.

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Fw: timestampSteve Osborne14 Dec
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