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  1. Debezium
  2. DBZ-2584

Inconsistencies in PostgreSQL Connector Docs

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      We were looking at the latest Debezium's PostgreSQL connector documentation (https://github.com/debezium/debezium/tree/master/debezium-connector-postgres) and came across a few inconsistencies. Wanted to check with you on them:

      1. In the Meta Information section, ts_ms is described as microseconds instead of its usual meaning of milliseconds. Could you confirm if ts_ms is milliseconds or microseconds?
      1. In the create events and update events examples, the source object has an attribute ts_sec which seems to indicate it is seconds since Epoch but the sample value (1559033904863) appears to be in milliseconds since Epoch. Could you confirm if the sample value is incorrect or if the key was supposed to be ts_ms?
      1. In the delete events example, the source object has attribute ts_ms instead of ts_sec. Could you confirm that this is indeed inconsistent with the create events and update events examples?

      Actually, it would be great if you could use epoch time in milliseconds for all timestamps so that users dont have handle multiple time formats.

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            tcohen@redhat.com Tova Cohen
            saideepakb Sai Deepak Bhimaraju (Inactive)
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