OK: You're using the "PHP Server Formats" extension, but you can get nothing because you're using TIMESTAMP fields in your database and the extension will only work with UNIX Timestamps and MySQL Date and Date/Time fields. This short tutorial will tell you how to make it all work, just adding a bit of code to your queries.
Let's have a look at this query:
Let's assume that the field "date" is using a MySQL's 'TIMESTAMP' format. All we have to do is adding the UNIX_TIMESTAMP() function and an alias, to make it all work as expected:
It's done: From now on, the "date" field in your Server Behaviors panel will contain the date in a UNIX Timestamp format. Now, just insert it as the rest of the records in your document and apply the Date/Time formats included in the extension (select the Unix timestamp option). It will work now.
Personal opinion: Since PHP doesn't have native functions to manage MySQL date and time formats, I find more useful to convert the data into UNIX Timestamps, as PHP has quite a lot of functions to work with them..
The "PHP Server Formats" extension is located here.