Sql update command for updating date along with timestamp
I understand it does this with any column i try to edit because of the way statements are made in SQuirre L, as I read in the "Why should I care" section of the Help.
When editing and posting a change to a Date Time column in MS SQL, the following statement is executed: UPDATE My Table SET "Start Date"='30/01/2015 ' WHERE "Id"=59; which leads to an error: /* SQL Error (3621): The conversion of a varchar data type to a datetime data type resulted in an out-of-range value The statement has been terminated.
Alternatively, if the field is time-sensitive as well, you can also use the Now() function in place of the Date() function to store both the date and time information.
The following input dates are all valid examples of literal date values that you can load into Amazon Redshift tables.
Here's a screenshot of SQL management studio: However, when I run this query, no data is changed: That "T" format also does not update anything here. Also, his original suggestion to use ISO format is correct.