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danielito

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New Date Format CMOD 10.5
« on: January 19, 2023, 09:43:05 AM »
Hi
I have now a mix with the ols and new Date In the cmod Tables ( Segments ) and I don't get the right output out of my Script.

If I do something like this

   while read line
   do
      SQLCMDFIL="${var1}/${SQLDB}_${prjload}_cmdliste.sql"
      SQLOUT="${var1}/${SQLDB}_${prjload}_outliste_${app}"
      SQLUNLD="${var1}/${SQLDB}_${prjload}_unlo_${app}"
   #
   # SELECT 'table_1' AS table_name, COUNT(*) FROM table_1 UNION
      cat ${SQLHEAD} >${SQLCMDFIL}
      echo -e "spool ${SQLOUT}"  >> ${SQLCMDFIL}
      echo -e "select '#',Form,'#',Date,'#',LB1,'#',LB2,'#',LB3,'#' from "${SQLDB}"."${line}" where code = 99 ;" >>${SQLCMDFIL}
      echo -e "spool off"  >>${SQLCMDFIL}
      echo -e "exit;" >>${SQLCMDFIL}
      sqlplus -s ${Psqluser}/${Psqluserpwd} @${SQLCMDFIL}
      cat ${SQLOUT}.lst >> ${var2}/${AGI}_${AGIA}_report
   done < ${var1}/table.txt
   
   Then I have this Output in my File
   
   # FORM1 #                                                                     
       30-JUN-00 12.00.00 AM                                                       #   
         8576 # 777 #   00000000 #

With the  old arsdate format the output was like this

# FORM1 # 30.07.2000 # 8576 # 777 #  00000000 #

Is it possible to get the same output with the new Date Format ??

thanks
Dani




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Re: New Date Format CMOD 10.5
« Reply #1 on: January 19, 2023, 02:51:55 PM »
Hi Dani.

Querying mixed date formats isn't going to be easy - it's best left to CMOD by using the arsdoc query command.

If you're going to insist on running the queries in SQL, check out the wiki article on date formats:
  https://cmod.wiki/index.php?title=Date_and_Time_formats_in_Content_Manager_OnDemand

You're going to need to determine which tables have old-style date formats and new-style date formats, then convert as appropriate.  There appears to be a built-in function in CMOD called ODDAT that handles the special cases around the different date formats, but I'm not sure that's available to you in DB2.

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