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Oracle date functions problem

When I use Oracle date functions Format, the date format is - DD-MM-YYYY, on other machines, when I use the same function, I get this date format MM-DD-YY, this is really confusing how can I change it so both machines use the same date format?

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SQL query to change date and/or time format


The function you're probably looking for is CONVERT. Here's an example (101 applies the format "mm/dd/yyyy", 108 applies "hh:nn:ss"):

SELECT CONVERT(varchar(10),getdate(),101) as JustDate, CONVERT(varchar(8), getdate(), 108) as JustTime


Results:

JustDate JustTime
---------- --------
09/24/2013 13:13:56

(1 row(s) affected)

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In quickbooks pro 2007, the date format is mm/dd/yyyy


Hi, i am using windows 7 and clicked on start, control panel, regional and language, and then found my settings (was having same problem with quickbooks premier and the date set to US) and found i had accidently selected in the install of windows 7 [English-USA] instead of [English-Australia]. i altered two settings and now my quickbooks is working fine. whenever i searched for this on quicken help sites it did not indicate clearly how easy it was to fix this.

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Excel merge to word office 2007


Hi,

This might be an issue with the way you have your field set up.
Right-click on your field and select TOGGLE FIELD CODES until you can see the word "mergefield".

Assuming the name of your field is "mydatefield" , the code below should give you the required format.

{ MERGEFIELD mydatefield \@"DD/MM/YYYY" \*Mergeformat }

Good luck...

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Need to Add Dates in Excel


Here is one way I just tried:

Say the date purchased is in A1.

You want the Est Life in A2.

In A2 type: =A1+(3*365)
That will add 3 years.

For 5 years: =A1+(5*365)

Try it out!

Note: You will need to format the cells to Custom>mm/dd/yyyy

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Excel 2007 has a rather elaborate formula pull down menu.it out,

Loringh

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Oracle date problem


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.

Sep 04, 2008 | Oracle 10g Database Standard (ODBSEONUPP0)

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Microsoft Access Query


Your date form is what it wrong. In order to use dates in Access with a BETWEEN function clause the values have to specifically be dates.

You can create dates in literal strings using the # sign to bound them, as in:

Select DISTINCT [ActivityDate] between #1/1/08# and #12/31/08#

#....# tells Access to treat this literal string as a date.

If you are using non-literal values, such as a parameter handed into the query, which would then be a variable, you can't use #some_variable# to cause Access to view it as a Date since #...# is for literal values only. To convert (also called "casting" a variable), use the CDate function. CDate likes to know what format to expect the string to come in though so it helps to pass that along, as in:

Select DISTINCT [ActivityDate] between CDate(begin_dt_string) and CDate(end_dt_string)

Remember the date string you pass into CDate has to be readable as a date by CDate. So make sure you pass in something that it can handle (use the IsDate() function to check to be sure so you can avoid a runtime datatype casting error). If your locale is US, then passing in x/y/z it will take for MM/DD/YYYY. If Europe, it will take it as DD/MM/YYYY. So keep that in mind.

To convert out of a date, use the FORMAT() function. That is how you get a date data type value to become a string value.

More fun reading:
http://www.techonthenet.com/access/functions/datatype/cdate.php
http://www.techonthenet.com/access/functions/advanced/isdate.php
http://www.techonthenet.com/access/functions/date/format.php

Hope this helps!

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Date format in quickbooks 7.4


If it's anything like Excel, someplace in the FORMAT menu should be options to allow you to change the date format. (Block off the cells, row, or column in question, click FORMAT in your toolbar.) You may have different country options or formatting choices within the date type.

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Help me..


It needs to be in the format "yyyy-dd-mm hh:mm:ss:nnn". The BETWEEN keyword must include the time as well. so if you want from DTPicker date of "2007-09-01" and "2007-09-10" it will literally be this "2007-09-01 00:00:00.000" and "2007-09-10 00:00:00.000" thus not including any of the day for the 10th. If you want the 10th, then you have increase Date2 + 1 day to be "2007-09-11 00:00:00.000".

You should always remember that dates include the time.

I like to use the >= date1 and < date2. It's a little more forgiving.

Sep 24, 2007 | Microsoft SQL Server Standard Edition for...

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