Prior to upgrade function DATETIME( ) could read both string time formats '1998-09-09 12:12:12.000' and '12:12:12.000 1998-09-09' After update error occurs: SQL statement failed: (-157) Cannot convert '10:06:33.0 2019/03/29' to timestamp. Changing timestamp_format (or sr_timestamp_format for replications) to 'HH:NN:SS.SSS DD-MM-YYYY' did not help. Do anyone encountered such issue?

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I have confirmed this as a regression. The fix will appear in a future update. Additional test cases have been added for time before date.

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