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INSERT/UPDATE form - how to combine 5 form field to submit to one database field? Datetime

Thread began 9/26/2014 3:12 am by Nathon Jones Web Design | Last modified 10/01/2014 9:22 am by Nathon Jones Web Design | 669 views | 14 replies

Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Originally Said By: Nathon Jones Web Design
  Thank you Jason. The extra closing script tag is inserted whenever I add a Datepicker to the page so can I log that as a bug with you?  

yes, i will log a bug for that

Originally Said By: Nathon Jones Web Design
  The sample code you've provided, to reformat the date when it is submitted...does that go above the Insert code or is that held within the body section?  

it goes before the insert

Originally Said By: Nathon Jones Web Design
  I had considered a select list for the time but was concerned about the length of the list.  

well, you also say you want to prevent a bad time from being entered, you need to blance the two concerns, the select list is the best way to go.

Originally Said By: Nathon Jones Web Design
  Also, relating to how the time is submitted to the database, I created a TIME field in my MySQL database but when I look at that in an ODBC connected Access database whilst it does log the correct time from my form, it also appears to store the current date. Will that cause me problems?

Appreciate the help. Thank you.

no that will not cause problems, you can use the PHP date function to convert the date time to only show the time portion on displaying the recordset information.

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