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Default Timestamp display problem

Timestamp showing differently on the local system and on the live system.

On the local it is showing as 2007-06-06 13:14:56 but on the live
it is showing as 20070606131456.

Gives no results when i want to select a record where timestamp is like %06%.

Is there any solution to this problem.

All i need is to get the same timestamp value that is displaying on local system but on live system as it is.

plz help me out here.

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NareshPHP,
This is how I understand your problem.
The 2007-06-06 13:14:56 is a datetime datatype with MySQL
and the 20070606131456 is a MySQL UNIX timestamp and PHP UNIX timestamp as well.
If you want to filter this in your sql query
for the day 6 of the month or 6th month/ June.
For example:
SELECT * FROM TABLENAME
WHER DATE_FORMAT(FIELDNAME, %m) = '06';

or
SELECT * FROM TABLENAME
WHER DATE_FORMAT(FIELDNAME, %d) = '06';




Hope this helps,
John

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