• Arun Kumar

Display time in a Date column

By default, when you query a date column, oracle will only display dates and not time. Below query enables Oracle to display both date and time for a particular session

alter session set nls_date_format='dd-Mon-yyyy hh:mi:sspm';

Note: this is only session level query.

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