I manipulated your result and created a function:
CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION rob.ts8601 (
timestampIn timestamp
)
RETURNS char(25)
LANGUAGE SQL
BEGIN
DECLARE chartimestamp char(19);
declare timestampout char(25);
set chartimestamp = left(char(timestampIn), 19);
set timestampout = left(chartimestamp, 10)
CONCAT 'T' CONCAT REPLACE(SUBSTR(chartimestamp, 12, 8), ':', '.')
CONCAT (CASE WHEN CURRENT timezone < 0 THEN '-' ELSE '+' END)
CONCAT SUBSTR(DIGITS(CURRENT TIMEZONE), 1, 2) CONCAT ':' CONCAT SUBSTR(DIGITS(CURRENT TIMEZONE), 3, 2)
;
RETURN timestampout;
END;

You can paste the above into Run SQL Scripts and it will work.

Now you can use it like this:
values rob.ts8601(current timestamp);

Or like this
Select ColA, ColB, rob.ts8601(ColC)
From mytable;

Now if I could only get Alan Campin to add it to iDate...

Rob Berendt

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