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[Bug]Times fields treated as date fields

Thread began 7/25/2012 5:12 pm by Andrew Read | Last modified 7/26/2012 12:09 pm by Andrew Read | 398 views | 3 replies

Andrew Read

[Bug]Times fields treated as date fields

Here's another bug. When a field is set to text in WADA and is validated for Time (not date or date/time) it is displayed and treated as a date. In my particular database this is a time only field.

From Results page:

php:
<?php echo(($row_WADASCRUBIT['SCRUBTIME'])?date('n/d/Y',strtotime($row_WADASCRUBIT['SCRUBTIME'])):''); ?>



This converts my times into dates.

More applicable would be:

php:
<?php echo(($row_WADASCRUBIT['SCRUBTIME'])?date('g:i  A',strtotime($row_WADASCRUBIT['SCRUBTIME'])):''); ?>



Also issues on insert with these fields:

php:
. $WA_AB_Split . "".((isset($_POST["TIMESCRUB"]) && $_POST["TIMESCRUB"]!="" )?date("Y-m-d H:i:s", strtotime($_POST["SCRUBTIME"])):"")  ."" . $WA_AB_Split .



The insert is trying to convert the value into a date/time which is not a valid value for that field.

Also, I believe the server side validation is attempting to validate a datetime style field as well, which doesn't work.

I have changed the following for the time fields to:

php:
$_POST["TIMESCRUB"]!="" )?date("H:i:s", strtotime($_POST["SCRUBTIME"])):"")



This returns the correct value for the database (die() tested), however the validation fails so I don't think it likes what it is seeing.

Please advise on a quick fix for this one please. :)

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