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    Oracle Tim

    How doea Oracle determine the date and time? A developer is telling me that the server time and database time are 2 hours off.

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    Re: Oracle Tim

    Originally posted by lesstjm
    A developer is telling me that the server time and database time are 2 hours off.
    Fire him
    funky...

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    Re: Oracle Tim

    Originally posted by lesstjm
    How doea Oracle determine the date and time? A developer is telling me that the server time and database time are 2 hours off.
    What?
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    Maybe he's comparing his own PC clock with that of the database.
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