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Incorrect parsing of timestamp's milliseconds with a leading zero

See original GitHub issue

Describe the bug

Given a column of type timestamp, leading zero in milliseconds is ignored. Example: inserted value “2021-03-03T08:31:15.077Z” will be read as “2021-03-03 08:31:15.770000”

To Reproduce

Given following table:

SELECT column_name, data_type FROM information_schema.columns WHERE table_name = 'solutions';

# id | character varying
# created_at | timestamp without time zone

And following test script

const AWS = require('aws-sdk');

const resourceArn = '';
const secretArn = '';
const database = '';
const endpoint = '';

const rdsDataService = new AWS.RDSDataService({ endpoint });

const executeSql = (sql) => rdsDataService.executeStatement({ resourceArn, secretArn, database, sql }).promise();

const test = async (sql) => {
  await executeSql(`INSERT INTO solutions (id, created_at) VALUES ('1', '2021-03-03T08:31:15.077Z')`);
  const { records } = await executeSql(`SELECT * FROM solutions WHERE id = '1'`);

The output would be following:

    { stringValue: '1' },
    { stringValue: '2021-03-03 08:31:15.770000' },

Expected behavior

Is should behave equally to AWS Aurora Data API and return:

    { stringValue: '1' },
    { stringValue: '2021-03-03 08:31:15.077' },

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 3 years ago
  • Comments:10 (6 by maintainers)

github_iconTop GitHub Comments

akarmescommented, Mar 11, 2021

Thank you @koxudaxi! I can confirm the issue is resolved.

akarmescommented, Mar 11, 2021

I was just writing next bug report 😅 Thank you again!

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