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Issues with Datatype Conversion using DG4ODBC Connection to Postgresql Database (Doc ID 2353032.1)

Last updated on MAY 11, 2022

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Configured oracle database gateway to a remote non Oracle database (Postgresql).
We can see datatype conversion when getting data from the Postgresal datatype TIME to Oracle, in Oracle this datatype is converted to char(60)


source value : 12:34:56.123 (time in thousands of seconds) , when they extracts this to oracle db the oracle value is .123 (so only the thousands of seconds)


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