On Mon, 28 Jun 2004, Tom Lane wrote:
> Richard Huxton <dev(at)archonet(dot)com> writes:
> > W.B.Hill wrote:
> >> SELECT d+'45 days ago'::interval FROM test;
Yep - it's the clock's going forward that does it. Doh! The quick'n'dirty
work around '45.3 days ago' was what I used but just a straight -45 is
> BTW, since 7.3 there has been a date-plus-interval operator yielding
> timestamp without time zone, which I believe Lockhart added specifically
> to avoid the unwanted promotion to timestamptz in this scenario.
> So the third answer is to update to something less ancient than PG 7.2.
Debian Stable. Sigh. IT support policies. Whimper!
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