What you mean with timestamp? In Oracle dates are ALWAYS as timestamp.
Functions like to_date, to_char - and the one I used in my mapping:
truncate(sysdate) - let us display exact formats we need. In debugging
(100 rows) I read just the date because the task writes correctly the
float side of a sysdate as 0, I suppose...
Further questions from you are welcome.
Thank you Sudipta.
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, Sudipta Chatterjee
> Are you sure you are not using the timestamp? And
> what is your output while debugging? Just the date?
> --- angelo_cutolo <angelo_cutolo@y...> wrote:
> Hi everybody.
> I got such kind of problem using OWB 10g on Oracle DB
> 9.2 :
> setting truncate constant operator on sysdate to
> populate with date
> only (no time) I found the complete datetime set in
> destination field.
> This appears wrong only in execution, not in debugging
> test, that's OK.
> Any suggestion?
> Thanks for your attention.