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  • problem with date-time --> unixtime (db conversion)

    Hello,

    I'm making a script based on the xmb --> vB2 script to import all my users, posts and topics from a package where I couldn't find a script for. The user part is almost okay but there is one thing wrong.

    Currently my forumsoftware saves the day and time joined like: 2002-01-05 00:00:00 and the birtday like: 1981-08-11

    For the first I had made this

    Code:
    	if($user['user_joined']) {
    	  $unixtime = strtotime(str_replace(",", "", $user['user_joined']));
    	 $importuser['joindate'] = date("y-m-d h:i:s", $unixtime);
    	 unset($unixtime);
    	}
    But this gives at all the users the number 2 in their joined table. (I found this is the xmb-script and changed it to my needs.) Maybe someone who can help me?

    I left the birthday but maybe there is a fix for too?

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