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Displaying date field from recordset in dd-mm-yyyy format

Thread began 8/28/2015 3:18 am by Nathon Jones Web Design | Last modified 8/28/2015 3:17 pm by Nathon Jones Web Design | 384 views | 3 replies

Nathon Jones Web Design

Displaying date field from recordset in dd-mm-yyyy format

We're pulling a date field from our recordset but when it's displayed on the page:
<?php echo($rsEDITPROD->getColumnVal("wbprodDATEDISTILLED")); ?> displays as yyyy-mm-dd.

I've had several goes at resolving it but my PHP knowledge scuppers me yet again:
<?php echo(date_format($rsEDITPROD->getColumnVal("wbprodDATEDISTILLED"),"d-m-Y")); ?>
<?php $date=date_create($rsEDITPROD->getColumnVal("wbprodDATEDISTILLED")); echo date_format($date,"d-m-Y"); ?>

The last one of these works, however when there is no date value for this field it defaults to today's date! :(
Thanks for any advice offered. I will get there eventually...


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