• Subject: Re: TimeStamp move
  • From: Jon Paris <paris@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 1 Jul 1998 07:04:07 -0400

>> I tried many ways, but getting errors. Can anybody explain me this??

Can you be a bit more explicit - this should not be a problem.  The following
examples show how to populate a timestamp - the extract operation can be used
to obtain the "pieces" or alternatively you can simply refedine the fields in
the DS AllOfIt - thus overlaying the Timestamp field.

 D AllOfIt         DS
 D  Timestamp                      Z
 D DateYMD         S               D   DatFmt(*YMD) Inz(*Sys)
 D NumDateUSA      S              8  0 Inz(12251937)
 D Hour            S              2  0
 D TempDtUSA       S               D   DatFmt(*USA)
 C                   Time                    TimeStamp
 C     Timestamp     Dsply
 C     *USA          Move      NumDateUSA    TempDtUSA
 C                   Move      TempDtUSA     Timestamp
 C     Timestamp     Dsply
 C                   Move      DateYMD       Timestamp
 C     Timestamp     Dsply
 C                   Extrct    Timestamp:*H  Hour
 C     Hour          Dsply
 C                   Eval      *InLR = *On


Perhaps I have not understood what you are trying to do ?

Jon Paris - AS/400 AD Market Support - paris@ca.ibm.com
Phone: (416) 448-4019   -   Fax: (416) 448-4414
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