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Subj:   Re: ODBC 'datetime' format
 
From:   John K. Wight

If you're on V2R4 or later, check to see if DATEFORM is set to ANSI. If this is the case the default formation will be 'yyyy-mm-dd' and any date literals entered this way will work fine - no guessing even though an attribute in the DB may have a different default FORMAT set. Also, Insure that your ODBC DATE FORMAT (Options) is set the way you want too - e.g. AAA or IAA, etc. As seen in previous messages this translates to DATE, TIME, TIMESTAMP positional values.



     
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