At 05:03 PM 4/7/2002, Kostas Nasis wrote: > > FYI - use real dates in your DB instead of UNIX time. You'll > > be much happier in the long run. > >Why do you think so? Timestamps are far more flexible... And since it's >just an int, it compatible across all databases. I started with UNIX Time Stamps as a way to track information in a DB and came to the conclusion that it was better to us the native date/time fields and SQL functions of the DB being used in order to manipulate and process date information. --- Anthony Baratta President Keyboard Jockeys "Conformity is the refuge of the unimaginative."