> I would like to look into this, but need to know a few things.
> First, is this the latest version. As of yesterday (4/15/98) there is a new
> version at our website.
> Second, there is a definite possibility I am not handling other datestyles (like
> European, etc.) correctly.
> Third, what is the Postgres Data type for these fields that are not appearing: is it 'date' or
> 'datetime' or 'timestamp', etc. and could you maybe show me what
> these might look like in the database?
> And one final request, could you please send these things to the Postgres
> interfaces list too. It would be fine if you either just sent it there or send
> it there and CC me as well. The list is: pgsql-interfaces(at)postgreSQL(dot)org
I must admit that I forgot about psql-interfaces when sending my previous mail
and I have just discovered that I had sent my subscribe requests to the wrong
address. Fixed now I hope.
The fields in question are type date. I do not know what the internal
representation is but they are displayed by psql as either dd-mm-yyyy or
mm-dd-yyyy depending on whether the server has -o -e or not. As in most parts
of the world, Australia uses dd-mm-yyyy as a standard.
The version I have been using is tagged as V6.30.0000 and 10/4/98.
I have just downloaded the new version. I shall test it and let you know how
Cheers and thanks,
Stephen Davies Consulting scldad(at)sdc(dot)com(dot)au
Adelaide, South Australia. Voice: 61-8-82728863
Computing & Network solutions. Fax: 61-8-82741015
pgsql-interfaces by date
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