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I am trying to use a where stmt and compare my oracle date field (ACCT_D) to today's system date or yesterday, or the day before, etc. The field is in HYYMDS format. It looks like this 2004/08/24 00:00:00AM
I need to say something like "WHERE ACCT_D EQ &YYMD", but this does not work.
As you know, the Oracle date type is really a date-time-stamp. If you want WebFocus to treat the Oracle date field as format YYMD/DATE instead of format HYYMDS, you can simply add the following line to your server profile (EDASPROF.PRF) ...
SQL SQLORA SET DATETIME OFF
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