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sql:timestampadd

sql:timestampadd(
   $dateTimeType as xs:ID,
   $value as xs:integer,
   $timestamp as xs:string
) as xs:integer?

Summary

Returns a xs:string? timestamp created by adding a number to the given dateTimeType field of a given timestamp.

Parameters
$dateTimeType The dateTimeType of the timestamp where addition should take place. Available types are:

SQL_TSI_FRAC_SECOND

nano seconds

SQL_TSI_SECOND

seconds

SQL_TSI_MINUTE

minute

SQL_TSI_HOUR

hour

SQL_TSI_DAY

day

SQL_TSI_WEEK

week

SQL_TSI_MONTH

month

SQL_TSI_QUARTER

quarter

SQL_TSI_YEAR

year
$value The integer to add to the given dateTimeType field of the third parameter.
$timestamp The xs:dateTime timestamp to which addition has to take place.

Example

xdmp:sql("select timestampadd(SQL_TSI_DAY, 2,'2009-05-18T03:03:03')","format")
=> |ANON7761991471377004207| |2009-05-20T03:03:03|

Example

sql:timestampadd('SQL_TSI_DAY', 2,'2009-05-18T03:03:03')
=> |ANON7761991471377004207| |2009-05-20T03:03:03|

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