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Dear all, For an e.commerce project, I have the following for a carts table, which seem to be the practice in assigning date/time to such table: `date_created` timestamp NOT NULL DEFAULT CURRENT_TIMESTAMP, `date_modified` timestamp NOT NULL DEFAULT '0000-00-00 00:00:00', What are the merits in assigning default values as such for each date?
arpitsharma posted a topic in .NETi have a form in which i have a field date of birth , and a textbox to fill date of birth , when a person fills his date of birth like 01/01/1990 , then it will be saved into database , and when i retrieve this date form database then this comes 01/01/1990 12:00 AM , i want only date part from it. This is my form to fillup date of birth form.aspx <tr> <td width="30%"> Date of Birth <br /> </td> <td style="width: 1px"> :<asp:TextBox ID="txtDateofBirth" runat="server" placeholder="dd/mm/yyyy"></asp:TextBox> </td> <td class="td2"> </td> </tr> this is code for form.aspx.cs SqlCommand cmd = new SqlCommand("insert into ApplicantForm(NameofApplicant, dateofbirth)" + "values( @NameofApplicant, convert(Datetime, @dateofBirth, 103)", con); cmd.Parameters.AddWithValue("@dateofBirth",txtDateofBirth.Text); this is code for print of this date of birth print.aspx <asp:Label ID="txtDOB" runat="server" ></asp:Label> this is code print.aspx.cs SqlCommand cmd = new SqlCommand("Select * from ApplicantForm Where ApplicantId=" + ((Request.QueryString["ApplicantId"])) + "", con); dr = cmd.ExecuteReader(); txtDOB.Text = dr["dob"].ToString();
Hi. Wonder if anyone can help. Am trying to retrieve records from my order table from a date inputted by the user. I've done all the SQL on my site up to here - this one is really baffling me through. Query: SELECT * FROM [order] WHERE orderDateTime LIKE '04/05/2012%'; However, it doesn't return any values - see my data types in my table below: As you can see from the data view there is data applicable in there to my query: Am at a loss. Can anyone help? Thanks. Kevin