2013-07-30 18:37 阅读 38


I'm writing a data import script for gathering some data with dates from PHP and I'm writing the results to Neo4j using Neo4jPHP. However, I'm not sure how to get a date time object in PHP to be represented as a serialized DateTimeOffset that can be read through Neo4jClient on the C#.NET side.

When serializing a DateTimeOffset using Neo4jClient in C#.NET, its internal format in Neo4j looks like this:

According to the documentation on http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/8kb3ddd4.aspx, the above date time string can be broken into these pieces:

I see that the PHP date() function doesn't support microseconds, but DateTime::format() does. I'm not an expert in PHP so I'm not sure the best method for approaching the conversion. I'm not simply looking for a PHP full Date/Time because the C# DateTimeOffset supports microseconds. How would I achieve the above date format in PHP?

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