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Language: VB4/32, VB5, VB6, SQL Server 6.5+, Oracle 8i+
Expertise: Beginner
Nov 14, 2003

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Oracle and SQL Server databases use different date/time resolutions, which poses a problem when you compare times from the two databases: The times will rarely be equal. Solve this problem by allowing for a margin of error. Treat the dates and times as floating-point numbers and remember that each day is equal to the whole number 1, and there are 86,400 seconds in a day. This function matches times within five seconds (default) of one another:

Public Function MatchTime(adoFldOracle As ADODB.Field, _
	adoFldSQLServer As ADODB.Field, _
	Optional ByVal Tolerance As Long = 5) As Boolean

	Dim dtOracle As Date
	Dim dtSQLServer As Date
	Dim dblTolerance As Double
	Const OneSecond As Double = 1 / 86400

	dblTolerance = OneSecond * Tolerance
	dtOracle = adoFldOracle.Value
	dtSQLServer = adoFldSQLServer.Value
	If ((dtOracle > (dtSQLServer + dblTolerance)) Or _
		(dtOracle < (dtSQLServer - dblTolerance))) Then
		MatchTime = False
	Else
		MatchTime = True
	End If
End Function
Andy Clark, Richmond, Va.
Andy Clark
 
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