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Hello I am using Oracle-8i as DB. I am using thin driver to connect to Oracle thru Java. In Oracle I have table name testdate having field datecol as date type. I am following NLS_DATE_FORMAT as 'yyyy-mm-dd hh24:mi:ss' in the Oracle. Now problem is when I fired query Select datecol from testdate from Java class It gives datecol return value as 2002-02-09 04:34:00.0 Why this .0 is appended in the result ??? One strange thing is that when I fired same query in the SQL prompt of ORACLE it gives proper result as 2002-02-09 04:34:00 Please help me ASAP.It's Urgent !! Thanks
How is this difference causing you problems? It seems like the data is correct, just formatted differently. If you want the date in a certain format then you just use SimpleDateFormat after you retrieve the date, and make it any format you want. It would also help if you posted the code that was giving you trouble. Jamie
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