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server time != my time

on a timestamp, what's the best way to make the timestamp show as my
time, rather than the server's time?

i.e., it is 10:49 am here but the code on the server will create a
timestamp of 2:49 pm. I want it to be stamped as 10:49 am

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herb_k (20)
9/2/2007 2:49:54 PM
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Herb wrote:
> on a timestamp, what's the best way to make the timestamp show as my
> time, rather than the server's time?
>
> i.e., it is 10:49 am here but the code on the server will create a
> timestamp of 2:49 pm. I want it to be stamped as 10:49 am

Take a look at:
http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/time-zone-support.html 


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Paul
9/2/2007 5:05:26 PM
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