setDateSeparator(char datesep)


void setDateSeparator (char datesep) throws SQLException


Tells the underlying database what character to use to separate the day, month, and year sections of a date when converting the date to a character string internally. Note that this does not affect dates that are returned to the application as java.sql.Date objects or even those converted by the JDBC Driver, only those that are converted to strings internally in the engine. Valid values are:


The default is '-'.

This is not a part of the JDBC Connection interface, so to access it you must cast the Connection to an RDMConnection.



One of the valid date separators.


SQLException - if a database access error occurs