Thread: access timestamp

  1. #1
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    access timestamp

    hi guys

    I am writing some data to my database and i want to sort it by date/time so i need to put a timestamp on my entries.

    I have coded this right now

    str.Format("UPDATE webcapsdeployment SET Build='%s',Date2='%s', Dbweek='%s', Employe='%s', Comments='%s', 
    Timestamp='now()'  WHERE Platform = 'SAND'",m_sSandBuild, m_sSandDate, m_sSandDbweek, m_sSandEmploye, m_sSandComments);
    i know that the timestamp is wrong but can someone make it right for me ?
    Last edited by Jalabert; 06-02-2005 at 02:15 AM.

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    This link provides information about getting the time, it uses MFC. As I am familiar with neither MFC nor time and date functions, I cannot explain. The article is very specific however, and will hopefully be what you are looking for. not to mention its about 1 or 2 lines of code, depending on your coding style.
    Last edited by CuLtOfGoAt; 06-02-2005 at 02:23 AM.

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    I think your statement may be right if you remove the apostrophes around now().

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