If you find yourself constantly entering whatever today's date is in your Access forms or tables, you are wasting valuable time.Access can do that for you, and you don't have to be an Access expert to do so!
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.
Why doesn't it let it be empty like the other columns?
Now on every insert or update of another column it adds the current timestamp.
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.
Only the ISO format with a space inbetween works for updates, but not for the table which had a datetime field as primary key. It should work for everybody regardess of locale or collation settings.
We have a simple database of usernames and (encrypted) passwords with the following definition: Rather than tackling each of these independently, using a trigger we can address them all at the same time, and all from within the database.
We create our trigger function using PL/pg SQL - which comes built in in Postgre SQL 9.0 and later, and can be installed as an add-on for earlier versions.
Database triggers are a handy way to monitor database activity and to efficiently perform some maintenance tasks.