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Stored procedures
Constants for managing dates
ConstantUseFunction
bhAscensionDayAscension day.BankHolidayAdd
bhEasterDayEaster Sunday.BankHolidayAdd
bhEasterMondayEaster Monday.BankHolidayAdd
bhGoodFridayGood Friday.BankHolidayAdd
bhWhitMondayWhit Monday.BankHolidayAdd
Versions 23 and later
epochUnixMillisecond
New in version 23
epochUnixMillisecond
epochUnixMillisecond
The date-time in Epoch format is expressed in milliseconds from 01/01/1970 at 00:00 (time 0 in Unix).
Versions 23 and later
DateTimeToEpoch, EpochToDateTime
DateTimeToEpoch, EpochToDateTime
Versions 23 and later
epochUnixSecond
New in version 23
epochUnixSecond
epochUnixSecond
The date-time in Epoch format is expressed in seconds from 01/01/1970 at 00:00 (time 0 in Unix).
Versions 23 and later
DateTimeToEpoch, EpochToDateTime
DateTimeToEpoch, EpochToDateTime
Versions 17 and later
iso8601
New in version 17
iso8601
iso8601
The week number complies with the ISO 8601 standard.WeekNumber
Versions 18 and later
WeekToDate
New in version 18
WeekToDate
WeekToDate
Minimum required version
  • Version 14
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