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LOCALDATETIME

Applies to ✅ Open Source Edition   ✅ Express Edition   ✅ Professional Edition   ✅ Enterprise Edition

Convert an ISO 8601 TIMESTAMP string literal into a SQL TIMESTAMP type (represented by java.time.LocalDateTime).

This does the same as TIMESTAMP except that the client type representation uses JSR-310 types.

SELECT CAST('2020-02-03 15:30:45' AS TIMESTAMP);
create.select(localDateTime("2020-02-03 15:30:45")).fetch();

The result being

+---------------------+
| timestamp           |
+---------------------+
| 2020-02-03 15:30:45 |
+---------------------+

Dialect support

This example using jOOQ:

localDateTime("2020-02-03 15:30:45")

Translates to the following dialect specific expressions:

Access

#2020/02/03 15:30:45#

ASE, SQLite, Sybase

'2020-02-03 15:30:45.0'

Aurora MySQL, MemSQL, MySQL

{ts '2020-02-03 15:30:45.0'}

Aurora Postgres, CockroachDB, DB2, Exasol, Firebird, H2, HSQLDB, Hana, MariaDB, Oracle, Postgres, Teradata, Vertica

TIMESTAMP '2020-02-03 15:30:45.0'

Derby

TIMESTAMP('2020-02-03 15:30:45.0')

Informix

DATETIME(2020-02-03 15:30:45.0) YEAR TO FRACTION

SQLDataWarehouse, SQLServer

CAST('2020-02-03 15:30:45.0' AS DATETIME2)

BigQuery, DuckDB, Redshift, Snowflake, Trino, YugabyteDB

/* UNSUPPORTED */

(These are currently generated with jOOQ 3.20, see #10141), or translate your own on our website

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