In Microsoft Host Integration Server 2013, you configure a DB2 table.
The table contains a Timestamp column that has a time value of 24:00:00.
You try to select the Timestamp column by using the OLEDB Provider for DB2.
In this scenario, the request fails and returns the following exception:
System.ArgumentOutOfRangeException was unhandled : HResult=-2146233086 Message=Hour, Minute, and Second parameters describe an un-representable DateTime.
This problem occurs because a time value of 24:00:00 is invalid in Microsoft SQL Server.
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To work around this problem, you can interpret the Timestamp column value as text. To do this, you must set the DateTime As Char connection string parameter to True. For example, set this string as follows:
DateTime As Char = True
If the hours value in a Timestamp column is 24:00, an adjustment from the DB2 format to the MSSQL format creates a one-day increase. For example, a value of "2015-08-26-24.00.00.000000" on the DB2 side is adjusted to "2015-08-27-00.00.00.000000" on the MSSQL side.
Microsoft has confirmed that this is a problem in the Microsoft products that are listed in the "Applies to" section.