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Storing last user login date

Thread began 7/20/2011 2:40 am by info266692 | Last modified 7/25/2011 10:50 am by info266692 | 3728 views | 7 replies


Storing last user login date

I have searched throughout the URSP Forum to find out how you can store the last login date when a User complete the login page; and I couldn’t find any relevant information.

I have created a column in the users table to store the login date (login_date, type datetime) is this the right attribute for storing date and time in SQL?

I also made countless attempts into the page users_LogIn.php by inserting various system to store the last user login date in the column login_date of the users table, but nothing ever worked.

Can you help me in resolving this issue? My database skills are a bit more than basic and my coding experience is slightly more than of a novice.

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