>>> On Tue, Oct 9, 2007 at  6:49 AM, in message
Mæhre <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: 
> Interestingly, if you cast a TIMESTAMP WITH TIME ZONE to a character

> value, it should be converted with the _original_ time zone value
> 2003, *5.8) _unless_ you specify "AT LOCAL".
A lot of the ANSI/ISO behavior is broken if TIMESTAMP WITH TIME ZONE
not include the time zone.  One of the least standards compliant areas
PostgreSQL is the date/time arithmetic; but any attempt to implement
standard date math will fail until the time zone is part of the WITH
ZONE data types.

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