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[sqlite] cross-database time function. Israel Brewster Mon Dec 28 10:00:07 2009

I am looking for a cross-database (SQLite, PostgreSQL, MySQL) method  
of extracting the time portion of a timestamp. I can't just use the  
"time()" function, because in PostgreSQL it needs to be in quotes (or  
preceded by pg_catalog.) to work, while in SQLite quoting the function  
returns an error. It was suggested that I use a cast(timestamp_column  
as time) function, but while this works in PosgreSQL, in SQLite it  
returns the year of the timestamp, not the time. Is there a way to  
make the cast function actually return the time in SQLite? Or perhaps  
some other way to extract the time of a timestamp that works in all  
three databases? Thanks.

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Israel Brewster
Computer Support Technician II
Frontier Flying Service Inc.
5245 Airport Industrial Rd
Fairbanks, AK 99709
(907) 450-7250 x293
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