I'm trying to get some "timestamp without time zone" column's value as a
The SQLBindCol() function is used for this purpose in my C++ app.
However the result string doesn't contain milliseconds part at all while
the real column's value contains it ('2007-12-23 10:00:01.123' for
After SQLFetch() the result's buffer contains '2007-12-23 10:00:01'
The same program works fine with a MSSQLServer database so I cannot
suppose that there is something wrong in my app.
OS: WinXP SP2
"PostgreSQL 8.3.0, compiled by Visual C++ build 1400"
ODBC Driver: PostgreSQL Unicode 08.03.01.00
Additional connection string settings:
ByteaAsLongVarbinary=1; TextAsLongVarchar=1; MaxVarcharSize=8000;
BoolsAsChar=0; BI=-5; LFConversion=0; LowerCaseIdentifier=0;
How can I get "milliseconds part" in this case?
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