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Re: sysdate display SQL 3.4 vs 8.0.5

From: Emine ATES <emineates_at_postmaster.co.uk>
Date: Thu, 14 Dec 2000 08:13:36 +0000
Message-Id: <10710.124534@fatcity.com>


hi,
I thought both of them running on NT and this problem seems to be related with O/S configuration . Did you check and compare the regional settings of these machines. Bye..
Emine

On Wed, 13 Dec 2000 13:21:34 -0800 "Ron Rogers" <RROGERS_at_galottery.org> wrote:
> List,
> We have a server running 7.3.4 and a client with SQL-PLUS ver 3.3.4 and ver 8.0.5 in it. When we select a date field from the same table using the different ver of SQL-PLUS the date field is 10 char on 3.3.3 and only 9 char on 8.0.5. example: select sysdate from dual;
> ver 3.3.4 displays 12-13-2000
> ver 8.0.5 displays 12-13-200
> I have checked the "show all" on both and I don't see a difference.
> Both of the glogin.sql files are identical.
> Does anyone have the answer... and 42 is not the on this time.
> ROR mm
>
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