On Wed, 4 Jul 2001, Tom Lane wrote:
> Cedar Cox <cedarc(at)visionforisrael(dot)com> writes:
> > Is there a way to set the default date style to non-US (European)?
> You can set PGDATESTYLE in the postmaster's environment, I think.
> This should be a GUC variable (hence settable in postgresql.conf)
> but isn't yet.
> regards, tom lane
I assume this is in a todo or already done?
FYI, for what we need we actually don't need to set the datestyle. If you
go through ODBC (Win/Access), it will take the system's regional settings
and use those (for display and input). Anyway, thanks for the answers.
BTW, is there a header file or something simple to change to default
everything to European so we don't have to worry about postmaster options?
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