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MySQL Now() Function Problem

I am new to MySQL and my problem is with storing a datetime value in a
table. I created a table with a column designated as DATETIME. I
fill it with the NOW() function. No matter whether I default it or
try and set with code, all I get is a date! Even running "SELECT
Now()" only returns a date.

If I run the following query:

Date_Format(now(), GET_FORMAT(DATETIME,'USA'))

it returns a datetime value. However, if I use that SAME query to try
and fill the column during insert, I still get only a date value.

I've even tried some date calculations like Now() + 0 but still get
ONLY a date, no time info.

Version: 4.1.4-gamma

Any ideas?

Jul 20 '05 #1
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