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my opinion is that the active one doesn't need to be restarted (if I don't change the... (1 Reply)
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Can we select the datetime from oracle database in “hhmmssnnnccyymmdd” format ?
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I am having a file name as exp_bkp_tables_18_Oct_2010_10_50_28.dmp which is used for import the records.
Now, I want to print the output using the selected file name as below :
Table records will get restored as on date 18-Oct-2010 and time 10:50:28
How it can be done ?
With... (5 Replies)
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I was having a look on threads on the Forum about time calculation but didn't find exactly this issue.
For instance, if we have these 2 dates, begin & end :
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I need to search email files by date & time range in email files.
The timezone is not important.
Can someone plz advise how i can do this ?
For e.g A user can specify only
A single date
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I know that this topic has been discuss numerous times, and I have search the net and this forum for it.
However, non able to address the problem I faced so far.
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I have some files which are creates every day using a script. I want to create a log files which does write "filename,creation day and time"
how can I do this ??
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I would like to know if there is a way to get the date and timestamp of the file that is being FTP from the remote server using shell script. Currently the get command from FTP will have current date and timestamp. Tried the earlier suggestion 'HardFeed' but still getting the current date and time... (12 Replies)
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When you run the 'ls -la' command it'll show you the time and dates of all files/directories. Now what I am trying to do is create a script that will tell me what files haven't been used in over the past 1 month and what the time and date is that the files that haven't been accessed in... (2 Replies)
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