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In Ms access for timestamp i give function Public Function FormatDate(DateTime As Variant) As String
FormatDate = Format(DateTime, "yyyy-mm-dd-hh.mm.ss.") & "00000"
End Function . In query i used function name query result came good but import to db2 time its giving error
SQL3129W  The date, time, or timestamp field containing
""2009-07-01-12.34.36.00000"" in row "7" and column "5" was padded with
blanks.
what is the solution
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by:Kent Olsen
ID: 24756840
Hi EXPEXGSK,

That's not really an error.  SQL3129W is a warning (note that it ends with a 'W') to tell you that the field looked non-standard due to trailing blanks but DB2 ignored them.  You can safely ignore the warning.

If you can post line 7, perhaps we can help find the data issue that's generating the warning.


Kent


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by:Kent Olsen
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Hi EXPEXGSK,

You're actually sending data from DB2 to ACCESS.  The warning is DB2 telling you that the data being sent from DB2 is shorter than the receving field and that DB2 has padded the value with blanks.

By sending the timestamp value '2009-07-01-12.34.36.00000' in a field that is more that 26 characters, DB2 will append blanks to the right of the value and send it as a string.

The warning simply tells you that the value is padded with blanks on the right.  To get rid of the warning, make sure that the receiving field is 26 characters.


Kent
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This is the row 7 column 5
6012728,"2007","NEOPLASMS",3,"2009-07-01-12.34.36.00000","System"
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by:Kent Olsen
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The timestamp (2009-07-01-12.34.36.00000) in column 5 is exactly 25 characters.  The ACCESS query apparently has requested the data and allocated a field 26 or more characters in length.

Can you post the query that is generating the error?


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Kent Olsen earned 2000 total points
ID: 24756986
Hold on a second.  :)  Looking through my reading glasses helps.  :)

The DB2 timestamp format is:  yyyy-mm-dd.mm.hh.ss.msssss

Your description has a hyphen '-' between the date and time portions, and uses 5 digits for the microsecond clock.

DB2 expects the date/time exactly as above.  Including a period between the date and time, and a 6 digit microsecond field.

Try changing your query to:

  FormatDate = Format(DateTime, "yyyy-mm-dd.hh.mm.ss.") & "000000"


Good Luck,
Kent

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by:EXPEXGSK
ID: 24756992
Query
SELECT Int([Diagnosis_T].[Facid]) AS Expr1, Diagnosis_T.Year, nep(Now()) AS Expr4, Diagnosis_T.Neoplasms, FormatDate(Now()) AS Expr2, System1(Now()) AS Expr3
FROM Diagnosis_T;
Function
Public Function FormatDate(DateTime As Variant) As String
FormatDate = Format(DateTime, "yyyy-mm-dd-hh.mm.ss.") & "00000"
End Function
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by:Kent Olsen
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Hi Angel,

There is a definitive answer here:

  http://www.experts-exchange.com/Database/DB2/Q_24537231.html?cid=238#a24756986


Kent
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