module for parsing and formatting Oracle dates and timestamps
DescriptionDateTime::Format::Oracle may be used to convert Oracle date and timestamp values into DateTime objects. It also can take a DateTime object and produce a date string matching the NLS_DATE_FORMAT. Oracle has flexible date formatting via its NLS_DATE_FORMAT session variable. Date values will be returned from Oracle according to the current value of that variable. Date values going into Oracle must also match the current setting of NLS_DATE_FORMAT. Timestamp values will match either the NLS_TIMESTAMP_FORMAT or NLS_TIMESTAMP_TZ_FORMAT session variables. This module keeps track of these Oracle session variable values by examining environment variables of the same name. Each time one of Oracle's formatting session variables is updated, the %ENV hash must also be updated.
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