At 12:07 -0500 3/12/03, Jonathan Li wrote:
>I currently have a table that contains a timestamp(6) column. I need to
>copy the data in that column to a new table with the column structure as
>timestamp(14), what is the best way to do it (now that the timestamp
>structure is changed)?
That doesn't matter. TIMESTAMP values are always stored with the full
14 digits, regardless of the display width.
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|• mysql timestamp||Jonathan Li||12 Mar|
| • Re: mysql timestamp||Paul DuBois||12 Mar|