Defining separate date and time fields is possible simply by splitting the
timestamp field with Date(YourTimestamp) and Time(YourTimeStamp).
But I'd suggest to keep the timestamp. If you want to split this field into
date and time, just add a view with 2 additional columns.
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Von: MIDRANGE-L [mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] Im Auftrag von Jack
Gesendet: Wednesday, 02.7 2014 02:36
An: 'Midrange Systems Technical Discussion'
Betreff: SQL table edit code questions
I've been using SQL more in my daily work. I'm working with my first table
defined using SQL.
Since I have users who like to use Query/400, Is there an equivalent to the
EDTCDE DDS keyword that I can use maybe via ALTER TABLE?
I also have a timestamp field in this table, is there a way to define a
separate date and time field as well?
I see iDate and and mcpress article for an edit code UDF from Bruce Vining,
but will they work with Query?
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