when I import the csv file to a sql anywhere database, a field of type datetime has a problem. example : the date of the imported csv file 17-04-21 (dd-mm-yy) in the sql anywhere database becomes the date 1917-04-21. There is an addition of 19 to 17. Does anyone know why?

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See http://dcx.sybase.com/index.html#sqla170/en/html/813a963e6ce210149d1ebbd44cf13f64.html*loio813a963e6ce210149d1ebbd44cf13f64

When dates are ambiguous, the "DATE_ORDER" option controls how they are interpreted. "17-04-21" might be "April 21, 2017" or "April 17, 2021"

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edited 19 Aug, 08:47

April instead of March, I assume.

(19 Aug, 08:30) Volker Barth
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Thank you, yes. It was early. I have edited my post.

(19 Aug, 08:47) John Smirnios

As to the century, please also check the nearest century option. It decides how 'yy' is mapped to 'yyyy', so to speak.

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