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How to get server's time at client with Delphi?

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I want to get database server's current date and time with Delphi programming.
I use Interbase 5 database.
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by:odessa
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Try to use some Query or Stored procedure on server with
"NOW" and "TODAY" functions witch returns Date and time or only Date. Let the force be with you.
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by:jlzhou
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How to use Query or Stored procedure on server to
get server date and time? thanks.
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Try to use some Query or Stored procedure on server with
"NOW" and "TODAY" functions witch returns Date and time or only Date. Let the force be with you.
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