Do, Leon (Leon) wrote:
> I think postgres has a few bugs in this area. When timezone doesn’t
> have a semicolon between hour and min, TimestampUtil.java cann’t handle
> it. The firstNonDigits method call below returns all four digits and
> assigns them to timezone hour variable.
Does the server ever generate timezones like this?
> And for the second bugs, fractional part of the second (e.g.
> 14:36:19.213000) seem to be interpreted incorrectly when converting to
> Java Date. 213000 would round up as additional 3.52 mins.
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