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    I have two questions.

    First, in what format does PHP receive MSSQL dates? I have tried getting a timestamp field and for 9/19/00 I get "Sep 19 2". I'm using PHP 4.0.2 on WinNT 4/IIS4.

    Also, I tried using the mssql_return_object and an error came up saying that the memory couldn't be read at a certain location. Then I had to click OK for any PHP to work.

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    Nelson
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    MySQL is much easier - try it out www.mysql.com
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    That's not an option for me unfortunately. There is a phone software that's not cheap which uses that database server and there's no way to change it, so I do need to get this to work.

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