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|Fri, Aug 28 2009 9:11 AM||Permanent Link|
In the dbsys util open a table and click import
the date and times can be altered there.
I think the ISO is the default like in SQL
|Mon, Aug 31 2009 11:54 PM||Permanent Link|
Thank you for this.
I also did get the SMImport component to work. I had to use the custom setup
of yy/mm/dd hh:nn:ss am/pm to achieve yyyy/mm/dd/ hh:nn:ss am/pm. Strange
that it had to work this way. I simply tried all options.
"Rita" <nospam@nospam> wrote in message
> In the dbsys util open a table and click import
> the date and times can be altered there.
> I think the ISO is the default like in SQL
> see attached.
|Thu, Sep 3 2009 11:33 AM||Permanent Link|
"John Postnikoff" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
..>>Strange that it had to work this way. I simply tried all options.
Its down to those who have gone before us.
Like most things we should all follow the same
rules. No forward thinking just close guarded
national trivia. UK Japan India Africa Australia
all drive on the left as do others. The rest of the
Planet on the right. So simple to sort but we never
will. Same with dates 01/01/2009 thats easy
but 07/07/2009 hello who wrote it ? some limey
no it was a yank.
I do think our way (limeys) have that one right
7th day of the 7th month of the 2009th year
has a better ring to it.