Christof Petig <christof(dot)petig(at)wtal(dot)de> writes:
> christof=> select timestamp(datetime 'now');
> ERROR: No such function 'datetime_stamp' with the specified attributes
> christof=> select timestamp(abstime(datetime 'now'));
> [ OK ]
> It looks like if the SQL parser needs 'datetime_timestamp' , it looks
> for 'datetime_stamp' which doesn't exist!
Yes, there is an error in OID 1370 of the pg_proc table :-(. I have a
to-do note to fix it for 6.6, but AFAIK we can't easily repair it
short of an initdb, so there will be no fix in the 6.5.* series.
You could probably poke it by hand in your local database, though,
if it's getting in your way.
> I read that TIMESTAMP (SQL92) shall replace DATETIME (PostgreSQL) in the
> future, has anybody signed this work, yet? Thomas Lockhart?
Lockhart's been muttering about doing that, but I don't know when he
plans to do it.
regards, tom lane
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