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I tried to bring in CSV data using Data/Import. All columns came in except for the time related data. Some details are here:

asked 24 Mar, 18:02

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You chose a datatype of 'time' which only stores hour, minute, second and fraction of a second; however, the data contains dates & times where all of the times were 00:00:00 which is 12:00 am as seen in the table after the load. That looks correct to me. If you want a date and time, use a TIMESTAMP.

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answered 24 Mar, 21:07

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Thank you. Microsoft does not have datastamp. I will do it again. I had a hunch that this may be the reason.

(24 Mar, 23:37) mysorian
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Yes. Timestamp is the correct data type to use. Thanks

(25 Mar, 20:40) mysorian

> Microsoft does not have datastamp

Microsoft SQL Server does have the datetime data type which is more-or-less the same as SQL Anywhere's timestamp.

(26 Mar, 08:09) Breck Carter
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