The fraction is stored to 6 decimal places. A TIME value requires 8 bytes of storage. (ODBC standards restrict TIME data type
to an accuracy of seconds. For this reason you should not use TIME data types in WHERE clause comparisons that rely on a higher
accuracy than seconds.)
The TIME data type is supported by Adaptive Server Enterprise. However, Adaptive Server Enterprise supports millisecond
resolution (three digits) rather than microsecond resolution (six digits). You should be aware of these differences when migrating
data between SQL Anywhere and Adaptive Server Enterprise.