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2016-09-28
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tom00:09:47

With jdbc/insert-multi! I'm trying to include a java.sql.Timestamp, but it adds -000 on the end of the timestamp and then postgres writes in the value with what appears to be hours offset to different timezone. Is there a way to control that without resorting to postgres config or OS/jvm-level solutions?

bja13:09:12

is postgres configured to use a timestamptz or a timstamp field?