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/* Copyright (C) 2004 MySQL AB
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Time declarations shared between the server and client API:
you should not add anything to this header unless it's used
(and hence should be visible) in mysql.h.
If you're looking for a place to add new time-related declaration,
it's most likely my_time.h. See also "C API Handling of Date
and Time Values" chapter in documentation.
MYSQL_TIMESTAMP_NONE= -2, MYSQL_TIMESTAMP_ERROR= -1,
MYSQL_TIMESTAMP_DATE= 0, MYSQL_TIMESTAMP_DATETIME= 1, MYSQL_TIMESTAMP_TIME= 2
Structure which is used to represent datetime values inside MySQL.
We assume that values in this structure are normalized, i.e. year <= 9999,
month <= 12, day <= 31, hour <= 23, hour <= 59, hour <= 59. Many functions
in server such as my_system_gmt_sec() or make_time() family of functions
rely on this (actually now usage of make_*() family relies on a bit weaker
restriction). Also functions that produce MYSQL_TIME as result ensure this.
There is one exception to this rule though if this structure holds time
value (time_type == MYSQL_TIMESTAMP_TIME) days and hour member can hold
typedef struct st_mysql_time
unsigned int year, month, day, hour, minute, second;
unsigned long second_part;
enum enum_mysql_timestamp_type time_type;
#endif /* _mysql_time_h_ */