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  • Timestamp InCOBOL/400

    Can we use Timestamp in COBOL/400. If we can, how?

    Michael Tidmarsh28,870 pointsBadges:
  • What’s your fastest /’Unique number’ issue method?

    Once again I need to incorporate a mechanism which will issue a unique number as an object discriminator. I'm sure we've all been there. - Incorporate a timestamp - quick and almost always unique, though this application will be busy, so the multiple 'threading' is attractive, Big problem is the...

    Yorkshireman5,580 pointsBadges:
  • Change order of timestamps

    I'm doing legal research on a case; If some files's timestsmps were changed, could the files be put in chronological order with existing files on the harddrive? (so these new files would look older)

    Greenpolarbear5 pointsBadges:
  • Is there a timestamp on an Outlook rule?

    I am trying to determine when an Outlook rule was set up and wanted to know how to find out

    Sandyda5 pointsBadges:
  • AS400 RPG – last three digits of microseconds always zero!

    We noticed in a couple of programs where we were using timestamps that the rightmost three positions are consistently zero and never otherwise. I have tested this with even just a simple ILE RPG program that dsplys a %char(%timestamp()); and still only get zeros for the last three digits....

    Koohiisan5,020 pointsBadges:
  • VBA to separate overlapping times

    I am stuck trying to seperate overlapping times. The situation is that I have 5 devices requiring x amount of material at the differing durations. What I need to do is seperate the durations and add the demands together for the new duration, but there can be as many as 5 overlapping demands; here...

    Jace75 pointsBadges:
  • Oracle-developers

    WHILE ASSIGNING A VALUE TO PROCESSED_TIME=:NEW.JMS_TIMESTAMP-:NEW.INS_TIME (All are timestamp type ) how to subtract that one.  CREATE OR REPLACE TRIGGER SAUUSER.TRG_MSGES_STATISTICS AFTER UPDATE OR UPDATE ON SAUUSER.TSAU_PRE_MSGES REFERENCING NEW AS NEW OLD AS OLD FOR EACH ROW DECLARE BEGIN IF...

    RizwanSharief30 pointsBadges:
  • delete records from a directory with IFS root using CL

    How to delete records from a directory with IFS root using CL based on the timestamp of the records.

    Manish8465 pointsBadges:
  • PL/SQL

    Hi Experts, I would like to mentione here i was trying to test one package and found the package has a procedure named SET() which hav UPDATE on Report table and INSERT on A_R table in same transaction Both the above mentioned tables hav a tim_upt column which s given as systimestamp and strange it...

    Inprise610 pointsBadges:
  • Timestamps

    I wish to: 1.) define a timestamp and initialize it to system date/time. What odes the D spec look like for this or can it not be done in the D spec? 2.)Load a data structure whihc is formatted to match timestamp defaults with data by field (CCYY MM DD...etc,). I want to then 3.) Move this data to...

    Bigdog5510 pointsBadges:
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