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Paradox JDBC Driver Timestamp problem
Rick Davis
2006-09-26 10:38:05.0
We are using a licensed version v3.0.004 of the Paradox driver we bought a few weeks ago to transfer some data from our DB2 database to some Paradox tables. Everything seems to work fine, except timestamps. They are always 12 hours less than the value in the DB2 tables.

We transfer the timestamp with the following line of code:
stmt.setTimestamp(col, rs.getTimestamp(col));

So as you can see we have no opportunity to change the timestamp, it goes directly from the DB2 recordset to the Paradox prepared statement.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Rick Davis
Re:Paradox JDBC Driver Timestamp problem
HXTT Support
2006-09-26 23:44:44.0
Supported. Please download the latest package.
Re:Re:Paradox JDBC Driver Timestamp problem
Rick Davis
2006-09-27 06:56:23.0
Problem fixed. Works great!

Rick Davis

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