Timestamp Type Wrongly Displayed On MySQL Cluster 7.6.9 using NDBAPI
(Doc ID 2586970.1)
Last updated on SEPTEMBER 26, 2019
Applies to:MySQL Cluster - Version 7.6 and later
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Timestamp type wrongly displayed on MySQL Cluster 7.6.9
A table which consists of 'timestamp' column type as:
When adding new rows via NDB API and retrieving them via MySQL, date and time are wrongly displayed.
Date and time have random value with dates in past and future.
Using the same table and application on 7.4.10 version produces correct output.
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