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Mimer: How can I show time fractional?

Mimer: How can I show time fractional?

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Hi @ll,

how can I get shown the second fractional in Mimer.  I declare a column as time(3). Inserting time'12:34:12.234' I get after the select statement only '12:34:12'. The second fractional does't come out. Why?

thx

sixt

RE: Mimer: How can I show time fractional?

Strange, what version of Mimer SQL are you using? This is what I get (with BSQL) running v9.2.2:

SQL>create table tst (c1 time(3));
SQL>insert into tst values (time '12:34:12.234');
SQL>select * from tst;
C1
============
12:34:12.234

                  1 row found

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