Hi Peter! ;-)
I think I may have found a problem in the postgres
JDBC driver V6.4. (BTW I assume the one I build from
the released source in postgresql-6.4.2.tar.gz is the
same as the jdbc6.4.jar downloadable from your web site
at http://www.retep.org.uk/postgres ? In anycase, the
problem seems to occur with both.)
Anyway I get an SQLException (well a parse exception,
really), when attempting to use the ResultSet.getDate
methods. The exception messages are (I omitted the
portions of the stack trace through my code):
Bad Date Format: at 0 in Fri Jan 29 04:29:50 1999 UTC
Indeed, "Fri Jan 29 04:29:50 1999 UTC" is how dates are
output from my postgres databases. I am useing Redhat
5.2 and postgres built from the above mentioned source
file. The date format that is being selected for the
date formatter (ResultSet.java, line #403) is
Which is of course not what postgres sends. Also, in
looking at this code, it seems that the time portion
is being thrown away in ResultSet.getDate, I am not
sure if this is what is intended from looking at the
JDBC API documentation published by Sun.
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