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Denis Khabas wrote:
> Hi everyone:
> I am using Postgresql 7.3.4 and found a problem inserting "Timestamp" objects through
> JDBC Prepared Statements when the time zone is set to Canada/Newfoundland (3 hours and
> 30 minutes from MGT). I am trying to insert "new Timestamp(0L)" into one of the fields.
> The database replies with an error message:
> Bad timestamp external representation '1969-12-31 20:30:00.000000-030-30'
> Most likely, the database doesn't understand the last part of the timestamp, which is
> '-30' (30 minutes). It works properly only with time zones that don't have that additional
> half hour difference.
> I could not find any useful information regarding that issue.
> Any help would be appreciated.
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