Hi Guys,

I am using the following to store the date when a user registers on my site and determine the date / time 12 months ahead of the registered date.

PHP Code:
# Get the current server time
$now time(); 

# Determine the expiry date '365 days' 
$days2expire 365;

# timestamp of expiry date 
$expirystamp strtotime('+' $days2expire ' days'$now); 

# make it human readable 
$expiry_date date("Y/m/d @ H:i:s"$expirystamp); //  example output 2008/08/08 @ 06:54:15
$date_registered date("d-m-Y H:i:a"$expirystamp);  // example output 08-08-2008 06:54:am 

I will need to write code to update a record in the DB to 'expired' if the expiry_date is past the current date.

Am I best to store the date in the DB like so using ($expiry_date & $date_registered) ?
PHP Code:
date_registered DATETIME NOT NULL default '0000-00-00 00:00:00',
date_12_months_ahead DATETIME NOT NULL default '0000-00-00 00:00:00'
Or should I be using timestamps and a different type of table?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated