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see ORA-12699
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Re: DATE

Jonathan Gennick

2006-06-15

Replies:
Oracle9i Database brought support for ANSI date and
timestamp literals. For example:

SELECT DATE '2006-03-15' FROM dual;

SELECT TIMESTAMP '2006-03-15 10:52:30.99' FROM dual;

etc.

The format of such literals is fixed. You should indeed get
an error from DATE '01-JUN-06'.

Best regards,

Jonathan Gennick --- Brighten the corner where you are
http://Gennick.com * 906.387.1698 * mailto:jonathan@(protected)



Thursday, June 15, 2006, 5:52:38 PM, genegurevich@(protected):
gdc> Everybody:

gdc> This is part of the SQL that I see in the SQL_AREA (oracle v9)

gdc> between DATE '01-JUN-06' and DATE '14-JUN-06' and T5.BUS_UNT_CDE1='MS' and

gdc> I have never seen the DATE keyword used like that before. Is that something
gdc> that was added in Oracle9.
gdc> I tried executing it manually but it keeps failing.

gdc> any insight?

gdc> thank you

gdc> Gene Gurevich


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