pDate is a Gregorian / Jalali(Shamsi) date convertor functions for MySQL 5.1+
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[MySQL] pDate

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About

[MySQL] pDate is a Gregorian / Jalali date converter functions for MySQL.

Requirements

  • MySQL 5+

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Installation

Import pDate.sql in your database.

Usage

You can use these six functions, which are provided on a set:

PDATE(datetime)

Takes georgian datetime as input and returns jalali date in text format.

PMONTH(datetime)

Takes georgian datetime as input and returns jalali month number in text format.

PMONTHNAME(datetime)

Takes georgian datetime as input and returns jalali month name in text format.

PYEAR(datetime)

Takes georgian datetime as input and returns jalali year number in text format.

PDAY(datetime)

Takes georgian datetime as input and returns jalali day number in text format.

GDATE(year smallint, month smallint, day smallint)

Takes jalali date in "year/month/day" format as input and returns georgian date in datetime format.

GDATESTR(jdate char(10))

Takes jalali date in string format (e.g: '1390/3/3' or '1390/03/3' or '1390/3/03 or '1390/03/03') as input and returns georgian date in datetime format.

You can not enter Jalali year in short format! for example '90/03/03' shows the 90th Jalali year, not 1390!


Here is simple line of sql code which you can use it to test the set of functions:

SELECT	pdate(NOW()),
		pyear('2009-09-22'),
        pmonth('2009-09-22'),
        pmonthname(NOW()),
        gdate(1366,9,19),
        gdatestr('1366/9/19');

License

GNU General Public License. http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.txt

Issues/Feedbacks

https://github.com/zoghal/Presian-Date-for-MySQL/issues