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I want a date and time format as this

$aWebOrder->OrderCreationDate  = '2012-11-08 12:00:00';

what i am doing is this:

$aWebOrder->OrderCreationDate    = $order->getCreatedAt();

I have tried to fix this but no success i just get a weird value which looks like is stamping only the seconds. Anyone experienced same issue? Thank you

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Actually type of created_at column of sales_flat_order table is datetime, and $order->getCreatedAt() should return formatted datetime. You can try this one also:

$order->getCreatedAtStoreDate()->toString(Varien_Date::DATETIME_INTERNAL_FORMAT);
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When I do the following:

$order = Mage::getModel('sales/order')->getCollection()->getFirstItem();    
var_dump($order->getCreatedAt());

It returns:

string(19) "2013-03-28 12:31:17"

Perhaps, then, you have the following issues:

  • Mage_Sales_Model_Order is subclassed and is providing a concrete getCreatedAt method (as opposed to the method being magic)
  • Your data stored in the created_at column for the order in question actually has a Unix timestamp or some other data? This may hint at an illegal schema change.

To test if the model is subclassed, echo out get_class($order) - remove the rewrite if the model has been rewritten to diagnose.

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