Returns the status of the last time to date conversion constrained by the
ADODB_FUTURE_DATE_CUTOFF_YEARS sets the farthest date in the future that can be calculated by the following functions:
If the calculated value exceeds the boundary specified by the constant, the request returns the value defined by the current time + the value of the constant in years. In addition, a flag is set that can be read using the adodb_last_date_status() method.
/* * We attempt to process a datetime 500 years after 2019-01-01 */ $s = time() +(60*60*24*365 * 500); /* * Call the function */ $time = adodb_getdate($s); /* * Whats the response Array ( [seconds] => 11 [minutes] => 21 [hours] => 2 [mday] => 15 [wday] => 0 [mon] => 11 [year] => 2218 [yday] => 318 [weekday] => Sunday [month] => November  => 7853595671 ) This is clearly the wrong answer, because the ADODB_FUTURE_DATE_CUTOFF_YEARS has constrained the maximum forward date. Let's check the status */ $status = adodb_last_date_status(); /* * Returns 1 (the function indicates that the last conversion failed) */
If we modify the constant before including the adodb includes, we can run it again
DEFINE('ADODB_FUTURE_DATE_CUTOFF_YEARS',1000); include 'adodb.inc.php'; $s = time() +(60*60*24*365 * 500); /* * Call the function */ $time = adodb_getdate($s); print_r($time); /* Array ( [seconds] => 49 [minutes] => 35 [hours] => 2 [mday] => 3 [wday] => 6 [mon] => 9 [year] => 2518 [yday] => 245 [weekday] => Saturday [month] => September  => 17314396549 ) Check the status */ $status = adodb_last_date_status(); /* * Returns 0 (the function indicates that the last conversion succeeded) */