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From kirru23 <kiran.nellima...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Unix_timestamp value and date formatting issue
Date Wed, 02 Jun 2010 18:45:32 GMT

I dont think I completely understand what you mean. But my project is an open
source one and I have to connect php with derby.
Is there any other way of connecting both without db2?
Assuming that this is the only way I have to continue, can u suggest any
method of formatting the timestamp values?


Kathey Marsden wrote:
> On 6/2/2010 8:58 AM, kirru23 wrote:
>> I have PHP as my front end and so I am using db2 runtime client for
>> conecting
>> to the derby database.
> The highest versions where this configuration was supported was  Derby. 
> 10.1  with  DB2 runtime client 8.2. If later versions  happened to work 
> it was chance as it wasn't tested or supported by anyone.  I am fairly 
> confident the configuration will completely break with upcoming DRDA 
> changes in both products as there will be no effort to make it work, so 
> want to make sure you are aware of that before investing any more of 
> your own time into this configuration.
> Thanks
> Kathey

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