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I want to add the date to oracle in the format dd-mm-yyyy HH;ss

May 07, 2017 at 07:39 AM

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Hi,

My table is like this

Create table neDailyinfo ( User_id Integer, User_name varchar(20), Today_Date DATE);

but here the case is with my system i am getting date as 01-may-2017 but i want to insert date along with time as dd-mmm-yyyy HH:ss so please help me to do this in oracle databse .

so how i need to create table to accept date as dd-mmm-yyyy HH:ss because i am not adding date manually i am adding date by another method so help me to resolve this.

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Lars Breddemann
May 30, 2017 at 12:53 AM
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Oracle's 'date' data type is a misnomer as it also carries time information.

On most other DB systems (and also on MaxDB) you need to use a 'timestamp' data type instead.

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