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  1. In Topic: Problem with STR_TO_DATE

    Posted 4 Apr 2016

    Thanks. :)

    As far as I can see, no delimiter issues, and removing the "@" doesn't fix the insertion. I also tried it as a subquery, no dice. This is a weird issue, to be sure.
  2. In Topic: Problem with STR_TO_DATE

    Posted 4 Apr 2016

    Thanks Dormilich,

    I'm not sure why I didn't think to put the variable right in the query. I always overcomplicate things. *facepalm*

    Anyway, here's what my procedure looks like now:

    CREATE PROCEDURE PainInTheButt(
    	IN params VARCHAR(1000)
    )
    BEGIN
    	INSERT INTO testTable (id, theTime) VALUES (DEFAULT, STR_TO_DATE( @params, '%m/%d/%Y %H:%i:%s' ));
    END
    
    


    The insertion still isn't working, with or without the "@" before "params." I shouldn't need to make a subquery with SELECT, should I?

    Thanks!
  3. In Topic: Ajax returning problem

    Posted 31 Mar 2016

    Thanks, I've got it figured out now. :)
  4. In Topic: Submitting part of a form, or multiple forms on one page?

    Posted 24 Mar 2016

    Well, there's a reason I don't like Angular. :) Levity aside, though, where's the line, then? Sites with lots of users need to not use Javascript submission? Vice versa? Is it just arbitrary? I wouldn't have any problem using it if there were some kind of guideline, but it seems like every time I've tried to, using client-side scripting for vital things has come back to bite me.
  5. In Topic: Submitting part of a form, or multiple forms on one page?

    Posted 24 Mar 2016

    Sorry, I mistyped -- I meant to say I was always taught never to rely on Javascript for form SUBMISSION, not validation. *facepalm* That's reasonable, right?

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