Kevin Grittner wrote:
> My question (not well stated, I'm sure) was whether there is a way to
> know, on the server, at the point of handling the timestampz from the
> protocol stream, that it is going to be assigned to a TIMESTAMP WITHOUT
> TIME ZONE and use literal assignment rules (i.e., ignore the time zone
> info) instead of the cast rules. The next question was whether this
> would break existing code.
As I said:
>>>>Oliver Jowett <oliver(at)opencloud(dot)com> 07/26/05 9:20 AM >>>
> If we get the server to infer a type for the parameter rather than
> explicitly specifying it as timestamptz, then we can avoid that cast.
> Then things don't break.
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