Time::Piece::DB2 - Adds DB2-specific methods to Time::Piece
use Time::Piece::DB2; my $time = localtime; print $time->db2_date; print $time->db2_time; print $time->db2_timestamp; my $time = Time::Piece->from_db2_date( $db2_date ); my $time = Time::Piece->from_db2_time( $db2_time ); my $time = Time::Piece->from_db2_timestamp( $db2_timestamp );
Using this module instead of, or in addition to
Time::Piece adds a few DB2-specific date/time methods to
Returns the date and/or time in a format suitable for use by DB2.
Given a date, time, or timestamp as returned from DB2, these constructors return a new Time::Piece object.
Time::Piece itself only works with times in the Unix epoch, this module has the same limitation. However, DB2 itself handles date and timestamp columns from '1000-01-01'. Feeding in times outside of the Unix epoch to any of the constructors has unpredictable results.
Author: Mark Ferris <firstname.lastname@example.org>
(c) 2004 Mark Ferris
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.