Another roadblock on my way to fame and fortune... LOL
I am attempting to convert a csv file to a mysql table, and am using a converter that takes the csv and converts each line into an insert statement. that part works fine.
But the issue I run into is when I do the actual insert, the date field in the table shows all 00000 instead of the date that was inserted, which is formatted '9/30/2010'
AND the dollar fields are showing up as whole numbers as opposed to the dollars and cents that were entered.
I'm sure it is a simple fix, but just haven't found it yet.
I tested it with each date format available in mysql, and it didn't make a difference.
and the dollar issue I just noticed as I was typing this.
Here is one of the insert statements
INSERT INTO mem_trans (`date`,`time`,`name`,`type`,`status`,`currency`,`gross`,`fee`,`net`,`note`,`email`,`trans_id`,`subsc_number`,`receipt_id`,`zip`,`country`,`phone`) VALUES ('9/30/2010','23:38:19','john doe','Web Accept Payment Received','Completed','USD','75','-2.48','72.52','','email@example.com','0E66a284625fA5890592L','','','','','');
and this is what the data looks like in the table
Web Accept Payment Received
Any help that could be offered would be greatly appreciated.