Created on 06-08-2022 10:23 PM - edited 06-08-2022 10:41 PM
While querying postgres database using ExecuteSQL Processor 1.16.1 converts the date into UTC format. However my target system requirement is to store data in local timezone. This happens only if you set the AVRO logical data type to True. If Avro logical types set to false then it returns the localtime. I have few 100 date fields and i cannot convert each of these from the source. How do i force the ExecuteSQL with AVRO type set to return the date as-is from the source.
When Avro Type set to false : "install_date" : "2018-07-20 13:31:25.733"
When Avro Type set to true: "install_date" : "2018-07-20T05:31:25.733Z",
Created 06-09-2022 06:09 AM
Please refer answer posted by MattB on UTC time,https://stackoverflow.com/questions/65620632/why-do-executesqlrecord-and-csvrecordsetwriter-updated-....
Created 06-15-2022 12:17 AM
@Althotta, Has the reply helped resolve your issue? If so, please mark the appropriate reply as the solution, as it will make it easier for others to find the answer in the future.
Created 06-15-2022 07:01 AM
I had a look into it but that's not the right solution to my opinion. ExecuteSQL just converts every date into UTC, lets say if the dates are already in UTC then it once again converts to UTC which is not right.
Created 06-16-2022 06:51 AM
I suggest you have a technical support case opened with the Cloudera Technical Support team so we can dive further.