tOracleOutput - Insert oracle SYSDATE

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tOracleOutput - Insert oracle SYSDATE

Hi,
How to insert current date in table with oracle "SYSDATE" as expression rather than Talend current date ( such as "TalendDate.getCurrentDate()"). The reason for choosing SYSDATE is due to the difference between TAC and database time zones.
This is my scenario:
I need to alert notifications based on the exceptions occured during a perticular period.
tLogCatcher -->tOracleOutput
Thanks

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Re: tOracleOutput - Insert oracle SYSDATE

Hi,
You can define a default value on Oracle side or convert date from one timezone to an other (using Java) or use tOracleRow in place of tOracleOutput.
Regards,
TRF
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Re: tOracleOutput - Insert oracle SYSDATE

Thanks
Used tOracleRow and resolved my issue. 

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