Kris Jurka pisze:
> Doesn't seem to work. The attached case fails in two different ways
> depending on whether compatible is set or not. The JDK methods you can
> use depends on where the code you are adding goes. In this case you're
> adding code to a JDBC2 class, so you are restricted to JDK1.2 code.
> JDBC3 -> 1.4, JDBC3g -> 1.5, JDBC4 -> 1.6.
It should work right now (I've tested it using your examples). As for
java.lang.reflect package it was added in JDK1.1, so it should work for
all supported Java versions.
> Right now you use objects if either dims > 1 or useObjects. I'm
> suggesting that we should only use objects if useObjects. That way
> people who want to get int returned can get that via setting
Well, my implementation works as you described, have a look at
if (dims > 1 || useObjects) // if more than one dimension or objects
// here I check if more than one dimension and if so
// I check for useObjects - if true, then Boolean if false then
ret = oa = (dims > 1 ? (Object)
java.lang.reflect.Array.newInstance(useObjects ? Boolean.class :
boolean.class, dimsLength) : new Boolean[count]);
else // if one dimension primitive array
ret = pa = new boolean[count];
In the attachment you can find appropriate patch. Please review it
again. Btw, you didn't answer about
ResultSetMetaData.getColumnTypeName() - does it mean, that we won't do
anything with that in near future ?
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