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Localization (for dates) Oracle vs. Postgresql

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I am a Postgres newbie who worked until now with Oracle.
Now I want to know if it is possible (when yes the how?) in Postgresql
To set dynamically the Localization?
For example in Oracle you can set the Localization for dates like this
Alter session set NLS_DATE_LANGUAGE=American NLS_TERRITORY=America

This example would set the Date-Localization to American but only for the actual session.

Is something like this possible in Postgresql???


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Nov 11 '05 #1
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