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Subj:   Re: Inserting a Timestamp value
 
From:   Geoffrey Rommel

  Is this format of literal timestamp described in any Teradata manual? Is this specification ANSI or just Teradata. Thanks.  



This is ANSI standard. See the SQL Reference, Vol. 3, pp. 2-10 - 2-18 (=PDF pp. 38-46). I quote:

ANSI DateTime Literals Require a Keyword

ANSI SQL DateTime literals differ from other SQL literals in that they are always prefaced by a keyword or keywords.


For example, a TIMESTAMP literal requires the keyword preface TIMESTAMP with the timestamp literal as shown by the following example.

TIMESTAMP '1999-07-01 15:00:00-08:00'


Literals expressed in this format are interpreted exclusively as ANSI DateTime values.


Geoffrey Rommel
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