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[GENERAL] 6.4.2 and 6.5 date usertype difference

From: "Colin Price (EML)" <Colin(dot)Price(at)eml(dot)ericsson(dot)se>
To: pgsql-general(at)postgreSQL(dot)org
Subject: [GENERAL] 6.4.2 and 6.5 date usertype difference
Date: 1999-06-29 19:53:22
Message-ID: 5F052F2A01FBD11184F00008C7A4A8000289A9A7@eukbant101.ericsson.se (view raw or flat)
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I have just replicated a db in 6.5 from 6.4.2.

The table selects the date differently from the identical table.
I obviously set a parameter in 6.4.2 which I now cannot find (from
mail list archive and doc as well).

Please aid someone who is tearing his hair out.
Thank you in advance,
Colin.

The table & contents :
     CREATE TABLE JUNK_QWERTY (
       id       int,
       mydate   date
     );
     insert into JUNK_QWERTY values (1, '1999-02-01');
     insert into JUNK_QWERTY values (2, '1999-03-24');
     insert into JUNK_QWERTY values (3, '1999-11-24');
	
6.4.2 output :
	timesheet=> select * from JUNK_QWERTY;
		id|    mydate
		--+----------
		 1|1999-02-01
		 2|1999-03-24
		 3|1999-11-24
		(3 rows)

6.5 output :
	timesheet=> select * from JUNK_QWERTY;
		id|    mydate
		--+----------
		 1|02-01-1999
		 2|03-24-1999
		 3|11-24-1999
		(3 rows)

==============================================================
==============================================================
6.4.2 version :
	timesheet=> select version();
		version
	
-------------------------------------------------------------
		PostgreSQL 6.4.2 on i586-pc-linux-gnu, compiled by gcc
2.7.2.

6.5 version :
	timesheet=> select version();
		version
	
--------------------------------------------------------------
		PostgreSQL 6.5.0 on i686-pc-linux-gnu, compiled by gcc
2.7.2.3
		(1 row)


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