I have a table in which there are two fields that are timestamps.
How do I parse these values back into epoch times? The
docs say that the values may come back in one of four formats,
how do I know which one I'll get? I can't seem to get JDBC to
take the "set datestyle" command (it throws an SQLException).
Even better: is there a database function I can use to turn these
things into a unix epoch time?
pgsql-jdbc by date
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