On Friday, January 13, 2017 at 6:50:04 AM UTC-8, George Millo wrote:
> I'm using postgresql, and I want to set the default value of a timestamp 
> column to the current time. If I was writing pure PSQL with a CREATE TABLE 
> I'd do something like column_name TIMESTAMP DEFAULT clock_timestamp(). Is 
> there a way I can create a table like this without having to write too much 
> raw SQL?
> I've tried:
> create_table :my_table do
>   DateTime :my_timestamp, default: "clock_timestamp"
> end
> but it fails with PG::InvalidDatetimeFormat: ERROR:  invalid input syntax 
> for type timestamp: "clock_timestamp()"

default: Sequel.function(:clock_timestamp)


default: Sequel.lit("clock_timestamp()") 


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