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Re: valid timezone abbreviations/displaying timezone value?

From: elein <elein(at)varlena(dot)com>
To: Aditya <aditya(at)grot(dot)org>, sfpug(at)postgresql(dot)org
Cc: elein(at)varlena(dot)com
Subject: Re: valid timezone abbreviations/displaying timezone value?
Date: 2003-05-20 18:38:43
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Lists: sfpug
I've added a link to the valid postgresql timezones table
in the latest issue of General Bits and also made it available
via a new link to a cache of always useful information.


On Friday 16 May 2003 15:04, Aditya wrote:
> I have a timestamp column that I'd like to display in a user-defined timezone
> with:
>   select updated at time zone $TZONE from page;
> where $TZONE is a PG-valid timezone abbreviations. 
> 1) Does anyone have a list of valid timezone abbreviations?
> 2) Is there a way to get the timezone to display in the above select for each
> row returned? (it only shows if I don't specify the time zone)
> In general, "at time zone foo" seems to be a rather poorly documented command
> -- the only mention I can easily find is in the _Practical Postgresql_ book,
> where it says "PostgreSQL supports the use of all ISO standard time zone
> abbreviations" (p.76). That would be helpful if I could find a list of
> standard ISO time zone abbrevs -- Google yielded
> which doesn't have abbrevs for
> all timezones and PG doesn't seem to accept timezones in 'GMT+X' notation...
> Thanks for any help or pointers,
> Adi
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