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Date/Time stamp in FP

Date/Time stamp in FP

Date/Time stamp in FP

(OP)
We have on-line application form which the date and time are important. How do I have this date/time  returned along with the application's results? With the B1 Submit button or perhaps some hidden field? We're using MS FrontPage 2002

RE: Date/Time stamp in FP

Current date and time in vbscript is now but it depends on whether you get it from the server or the client.  The server and client may be up to 24 hours apart.

eg it is now 23:01 where I am but it will probably say 16 or 17 something as the time of posting.

RE: Date/Time stamp in FP

Sorry: 18 something.  There is a 5 hour difference between the client and the server.

RE: Date/Time stamp in FP

(OP)
I was thinking more along Java code for something to do that. Haven't done any VB for html pages unless, of course, Java was what you meant. I could always manually enter the time/date from the email itself, but was hoping it could be included with the form's results because it is imported into MSAccess.

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