RE: Oracle and DST changes

So how does that help..
Unless of course all you are dealing with are databases,clients and data  in
Arizona time zone. :)

Note that this DST change impacts the whole world as soon as you are doing a
date calculation using US time zones. No matter where you live.


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Subject: Re: Oracle and DST changes

On 01/23/2007 11:52:37 AM, William Wagman wrote:
> Greetings,
>  
> I have been looking at the Metalink notes and am not clear I understand
> when it becomes necesary to upgrade the clients. If one is only using
> the networking pieces of the clients and sqlplus is it going to be
> necessary to upgrade the client in that case. I guess the general
> question is, what client pieces will require the upgrade?
>  


You should move to Arizona, it doesn't have DST. It has plenty of daylight
as it is, and
it is one of the few states that doesn't implement DST. 

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