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Subj:   Re: Why does teradata accept 61.999999 seconds as the max value in time stamp
 
From:   Vishal_Pandya

Hi Naresh,

According to SQL-99 foundation following are the valid values for DateTime fields:

     ----------------------------------------------------------
     Keyword             Valid values of datetime fields
     YEAR                0001 to 9999
     MONTH               01 to 12
     DAY                 Within the range 1 (one) to 31,
                         but further constrained by the value of
                         MONTH and YEAR fields, according to the
                         rules for well-formed dates in the
                         Gregorian calendar.
     HOUR                00 to 23
     MINUTE              00 to 59
     SECOND              00 to 61. 9(N) where ??9(N)??
                         indicates the number of digits
                         specified by
                         .
     TIMEZONE_HOUR       -12 to 13
     TIMEZONE_MINUTE     -59 to 59
     ----------------------------------------------------------

Thanks,

Vishal.



     
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