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Automatic timezone assigned to inserted value
Posted by: Max Mattsson
Date: June 07, 2021 07:31AM

Hi, I want to simply have a column in my table which stores the time and date of when the row was inserted. I have goolged around and i cant make it work, Im new to mysql. Currently my table has a column called Timestamp which is of datatype TIMESTAMP and has Default/Expression CURRENT_TIMESTAMP. When i enter new value it doesnt show the time, only the date. And when i retrieve the data i get the wrong date but I also get the time. when i retrieve the timestamp i get 2021-06-06T22:00:00Z and this is what i get everytime no matter when that value is inserted. I figured it would be better to just remove this column and try with a new one. How should i create this column to get it working?


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