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Thread began 10/21/2010 6:16 pm by fdotmedia | Last modified 10/25/2010 10:19 am by fdotmedia | 838 views | 5 replies


Perfect Jason... But I went about it a tad differently...

I wrote this in the recordset above the <html>

SELECT * FROM ClassDetails WHERE NOW() < `CDLastTime`

Therefore I'm only returning the classes that are available...

The problem I'm having now is formatting the output as m/d/Y... Currently I'm using the DATE as the structure of the Row - and it returns yyyy-mm-dd which the manager of the project doesn't want...

When I use the mySQL function DATE_FORMAT() I get the perfect results, but, it removes my additional dynamic rows...

SELECT DATE_FORMAT( CDDate, '%m/%d/%Y' ) AS formatted_date FROM ClassDetails

So... Do I need to add a temp table to output the date to? If I duplicate the recordset and put the DATE_FORMAT() SQL code in it ABOVE the current RS it returns nothing, BELOW it returns the day only...

I've tried pimping the echo $row_ClassDetails['CDDate'] in the loop and have gotten 12/31/1969 returned over how many records there are or nothing...

do {
<option value="<?php echo $row_ClassDetails['CDID']; ?>" ><?php echo $row_ClassDetails['CDDate']; ?> <?php echo $row_ClassDetails['CDName']; ?></option>
} while ($row_ClassDetails = mysql_fetch_assoc($ClassDetails));

I know I'm doing something wrong, I just can't figure it out...

Would it be best to add the DATE_FORMAT() to a recordset above the <html> or write out the php???

I'm lost...

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