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Different MSSQL output date format from the same PHP script

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Hi list!

A quick question (and I hope a quick answer!).

I have a Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2 box where MS SQL 2000 SP4 is
I have a debian "sarge" box running apache 2.0.54-5sarge2 and
libapache2-mod-php4 4.3.10-22.
I have another debian "lenny" box running apache 2.2.8-1 and
libapache2-mod-php 5 5.2.5-2.

On the two servers I have the same php script that queries a database
on the SQL server. One of the queried colums holds a datetime, and I
have that the output format is different between the two servers:
lenny server: Jun 7 2007 12:00:00:000AM
sarge server: Thu Jun 7 00:00:00 2007 <- this is what I want

I did not use any interpolation function (like strtotime()) but the
outcome is different.
How can I have the same output on the lenny server? Is this a server
configuration issue or what else? I would like not to use any php
function because I want to migrate my scripts from the old server to
the new one with the minimum effort.

Feb 18 '08 #1
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On 18 Feb, 17:36, Alessandro <fag...@gmail.comwrote:
Hi list!

Any hint please!
I made some test on the two boxes. The output of the date command is
the same:
Tue Feb 19 08:41:57 CET 2008
so it should be a matter of php/apache configuration. Where should I
I tried to compare the main configuration scripts but with no
Feb 19 '08 #2

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