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322ORA-1882 errors after time zone file patch

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  • Jim Hill
    Feb 16, 2007
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      If you have any data, including data in sys tables, that uses the data types WITH TIME ZONE and is in one of the follow time zones, it will have to be converted:  HST, EST, MST, EST5EDT, MST7MDT, CST6CDT, PST8PDT.  This is due to the fact that the time zone ID is different in the updated time zone files.  You will get ORA-1882's if you don't do the conversion.
      NOTE: This conversion will have to be done regardless of the time period that the data falls within.  See Note:414590.1

      Jim Hill <jfordhill@...> wrote:
      If you are doing Time Zone file upgrades on database servers, you will want to read this:
      Subject:Time Zone IDs for 7 Time Zones Changed in Time Zone Files Version 3 and Higher, Possible ORA-1882 After Upgrade
       Doc ID:Note:414590.1Type:BULLETIN
       Last Revision Date:15-FEB-2007
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