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Hi dear Qlik Community,
before I start with my question, I wanted to say that the Qlik Community is maybe the best online help forum on the internet.
I need to load data from an SQL Server and put it into a QVD. I have serious problems with a Timestamp field.
These are the options concerning the field:1
This is how the data looks on the SQL Database:
This is how it looks in my QVD File:
Here is my Statement:
OEE_RES_STATE_SAMP:LOAD text(RSS_TIMESTAMP_START) as NewDate;
SQL SELECT "RSS_TIMESTAMP_START"FROM xxx.dbo."xxx_xxx_xxx_xxx";
All I want to do is to make a date out of this timestamp -> yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss.fff
Would anybody please assist me ?
Thank you in advance
Hi, try with :
LOAD timestamp#(RSS_TIMESTAMP_START,'YYYYMMDDhhmmss') as NewDate;
But i don't know what are your last three digits? Mili seconds?
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Thank you for the fast response. The hint didn't work, I think the problem is the length of this numeric value in the database. But I found a different solution in the meantime:
LOAD date#(Left(((RSS_TIMESTAMP)/100000),8), 'YYYYMMDD') as %Date
By using this function I get a correct date.
Thank you for your help.
"before I start with my question, I wanted to say that the Qlik Community is maybe the best online help forum on the internet."this is so true
hope i can make my own document soon since i'm new here in qlikview