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I receive the following when running: (FOC14067) STATEMENT CONTAINS UNKNOWN SCALAR FUNCTION 'to_timestamp' ON LINE 28
Please note that my question is to be used in a regular flow not a DBMS SQL Flow. In a DBMS Flow, I can use TO_DATE, TO_TIMESTAMP. However, I would like to use a regular flow.
About your reminder: 1. Somehow when copying the code to the forum, the left parenthesis is replaced by [ 2. &myDate is stored in a flat file and has format A19V. It is passed into the flow using the "Get parameter using synonym".
In a SELECT statement use the simplified function:
This does beg the question as to why are you still using 7.7.04? It was first release 3 1/2 years ago in April 2012 and it's scheduled to functionally stabilized at the end of December 2015. That's next month.
One way to do this in older releases (albeit with restrictions on non APT queries) is to use SQL. which is the less functional predecessor of DB_EXPR to call a database function:
SQL.TO_DATE('&MYDATE' , 'YYYY/MM/DD HH24:MI:SS' )
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