I did realize my mistake regarding the time. But the hours is still wrong.
Here is the call as per change. The result still shows a variation.
select current_timestamp, to_char(current_timestamp, 'YYYY-MM-DD
2004-05-07 08:59:24.713109 2004-05-07 07:59:24
I'm new to Postgre; is it possible to set the timezone or clock of Postgre
different from local machine; I didn't setup the machines; but if you tell
me how to get you the settings for postgre, as well as the local or timezone
settings for the machine, we might be able to figure out the discrepancy.
As you see in the result above, the hours is still incorrect.
From: Tom Lane [mailto:tgl(at)sss(dot)pgh(dot)pa(dot)us]
Sent: Thursday, May 06, 2004 8:17 PM
To: Safwan Hak
Subject: Re: [BUGS] Postgre 7.3.x Bug with datetime formatting.
"Safwan Hak" <safwan_hak(at)sympatico(dot)ca> writes:
> select current_timestamp, to_char(current_timestamp, 'YYYY-MM-DD
> 2004-05-05 13:25:12.332313 2004-05-05 12:05:12:332313
Looks fine to me. I suspect what you are wanting is HH24:MI:SS, not
regards, tom lane
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