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From Thomas Fischer <fisc...@seitenbau.net>
Subject RE: Orcale, Criteria and Date
Date Tue, 19 Apr 2005 08:58:25 GMT


I am not sure whether this is exactly the same thing, but there is a
related issue in the issue tracker:


you might want to add a comment to that and describe your problem there.
Create a login in scarab and request a role as observer in the module
Torque>Source to do that.
However, this is not yet fixed in CVS.

As for a temporary workaround, you might try to use Criteria.CUSTOM (as I
just learned this morning). See


for details.
Unfortunately, this means to create DB-dependant code, but I do not see
another possibility at the moment :-(


"Bouvet Konsulent" <bouvetkons@statnett.no> schrieb am 19.04.2005 10:22:53:

> hello list,
> I have been given the task to move an existing application using
> Torque 3.1 from Postgres to Oracle. I am new to Torque, so I am
> sorry if this question is insulting anyone ;-)
> I have re-generated the databases with "torque.databse=oracle" in
> the build.properties-file, the jdbc-connection is working fine etc.
> I am running the following code:
> Criteria crit = new Criteria();
> crit.add(DocumentPeer.IS_DELETED, 1);
> Object  o = (new Date(System.currentTimeMillis() - keeptime).toString());
> //Object  o = sdf.format(new Date(System.currentTimeMillis() -
> crit.add(DocumentPeer.CHANGED, o, Criteria.LESS_THAN);
> log("Criteria="+crit+", o="+o+", keeptime="+keeptime);
> DocumentPeer.doDelete(crit);
> which generates the following output:
> 2005-04-19 10:08:14,258 INFO  [org.jboss.web.localhost.Engine]
> StandardContext[/mywebapp]Criteria=Criteria:: document.
> CHANGED<=>document.CHANGED<'18.02.2005 09:08:14':  document.
> IS_DELETED<=>document.IS_DELETED=1:
> Current Query SQL (may not be complete or applicable): SELECT  FROM
> document WHERE document.CHANGED<'18.02.2005 09:08:14' AND document.
> IS_DELETED=1, o=18.02.2005 09:08:14, keeptime=5184000000
> 2005-04-19 10:08:14,265 ERROR [org.jboss.web.localhost.Engine]
> StandardContext[/mywebapp]IndexWorkerServlet:WorkerThread:
> updateFiles() :Unable to delete files
> java.sql.SQLException: ORA-01830: date format picture ends before
> converting entire input string
> I understand that Oracle does not like the date-format here, and if
> I were to run directly towards an Oracle database, I would use the
> TO_DATE function like this:
> TO_DATE('18.04.2005 09:08:14','DD.MM.YYYY HH.MI.SS')
> However, I am not able to do this here, as I thought Torque would
> take care of everything for me!?
> I see that Criteria also has an addDate-function, but this does not
> give me the option of adding time of day, only day, month and year.
> If anyone has a solution, I would highly appreciate it!
> /pj
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