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« Last post by admin on January 01, 1970, 12:00:00 am »
????????he config file: esProcJDBCConfig.xml is not found
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FAQ / dfx for jasper integration
« Last post by admin on January 01, 1970, 12:00:00 am »
Hi, can I create a dfx script with notepad? Or do I need to use the esproc interface only?
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Bug Reports and Feature Requests / Re: hh and HH in datetime format string
« Last post by todaydad on May 26, 2015, 01:13:39 am »
Sorry, I misunderstood your sentence.
You're right, Function Reference should make some changes on "hh"
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Bug Reports and Feature Requests / Re: hh and HH in datetime format string
« Last post by xtradev on May 25, 2015, 10:51:52 am »
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Date/time format mask inherits from JAVA
I did not know that.
The main point of my first post is that Function Reference -> datetime() and milliseconds() pages should mention uppercase HH so that others won't struggle.
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Bug Reports and Feature Requests / Re: hh and HH in datetime format string
« Last post by todaydad on May 25, 2015, 12:53:56 am »
Date/time format mask inherits from JAVA, It's not our invention.
The error message should be modified, It's no dispute.
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Bug Reports and Feature Requests / Output message is unreadble
« Last post by xtradev on May 24, 2015, 09:12:07 am »
Could you please format the output message so that its parts are separated?
Currently it is being output as one continuous string:
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Expression: datetime("2015_01_01 13:02:53","yyyy_MM_dd hh:mm:ss")CenterdatetimeUnparseable date: "2015_01_01 13:02:53"
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Bug Reports and Feature Requests / hh and HH in datetime format string
« Last post by xtradev on May 24, 2015, 09:10:26 am »
I wanted to parse a string as date and time =datetime("2015_01_01 13:02:53","yyyy_MM_dd hh:mm:ss") and got an error:
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Expression: datetime("2015_01_01 13:02:53","yyyy_MM_dd hh:mm:ss")CenterdatetimeUnparseable date: "2015_01_01 13:02:53"

Through trial and error I understood the reason:
Function Reference -> datetime() and Function Reference -> millisecond()
both specify hh as the format for parsing hours,
but Function Reference -> deq() mentions HH in an example.

By specifying =datetime("2015_01_01 13:02:53","yyyy_MM_dd HH:mm:ss") I got it parsed correctly.
This could be an inconsistency in the reference.


I think the following naming conventions would look more consistent:
yyyy,mm,dd,HH,MM,SS,sss
or
YYYY,MM,DD,hh,mm,ss,SSS
instead of
yyyy,MM,dd,HH,mm,ss,SSS
but that is not essential of course.
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