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Oracle date problem

I have an Oracle date problem I want to use in the where also a time filter not just a date filter, how do I add it?

select count(*)
from table
where DTTM > '10-Jun-08';

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All dates are actually date-time fields - if you don't specify the time, Oracle defaults to midnight. To filter date-time specify the date-time string as a formatted field like this:

select count(*) from mytable where dttm > to_date('20080610181907','YYYYMMDDHH24MISS');

This is the date June 10, 2008 at 6:19:07 PM as an example.

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