"MYDATE" is a number field in an Oracle database, I'm converting it to date via the formula below, but I'm getting the output as follows;
03-Sep-13 12.00.00.00 AM,
I don't want the month spelled out, so I changed the upper "MM" to "mm", but to no avail, please advise.
Please provide sample data and expected results.
Dates in Oracle don't have a 'format'. What you see as output is created by default 'DD-MON-YY' or controled by the nls_date_format parameter or software
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Truncate is a DDL Command where as Delete is a DML Command.
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