Re: Timestamp parsing with blanked time part

From: Tom Lane
Subject: Re: Timestamp parsing with blanked time part
Date: ,
Msg-id: 8735.1311342772@sss.pgh.pa.us
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In response to: Timestamp parsing with blanked time part  (Ireneusz Pluta)
List: pgsql-general

Ireneusz Pluta <> writes:
> [ Postgres accepts timestamp input of the form '2011-07-22 :' ]
> Some other datetime parsers reject it, the Perl DateTime::Format::Pg is an example.

> Is this case a subject of eventual corrections in the future versions of postgres and it would start emit errors
then?

No, it isn't.  If we tightened that up, it would inevitably break
somebody else's application.  And who's to say that DateTime::Format
is the best authority on what should be considered valid?

            regards, tom lane


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