Re: partitiong on timestamp with local timezone data type

  • From: Stéphane Faroult <sfaroult@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: oracledbaquestions@xxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 23 May 2013 20:03:21 +0200

I may have missed something, but if you know the timezone of each
record, why don't you insert it as UTC ? (which means that then you
don't need to *store* the timezone)
You can always adjust time when you retrieve data if you want to see it
displayed in the server's local time. And it's probably easier to adjust
that way if data is queried across the web by users in different
timezones (retrieve the TZ offset  of the user in Javascript in the
browser, send it to the server, et voilà).
 
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On 05/23/2013 07:45 PM, Dba DBA wrote:
> Oracle 11.2.0.3
> Production OS: Solaris (don't know the version)
> We insert date data that comes in a variety of timezones. We can tell what
> timezone each record is in. We need to normalize this date field to the
> timezone of our DB. We partition on this field.
> Timestamp with Local Timezone appears to meet this requirement and
> normalize it for me as long as I state the local timezone when I insert and
> set the dbtimezone parameter.
>



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