Grzegorz Jaśkiewicz wrote:
> 2009/5/27 Scott Bailey <artacus(at)comcast(dot)net>:
>> Who said anything about the application level?
> can you give an example please ?
Did you read the article I sent you earlier? I'm doing almost the exact
same thing you are doing save the bytea field. I create a timespan
composite type that has a start and end times.
But instead of doing casts and using a domain catch any errors like you
are trying to do, I'm using constructors to return a timespan. The
signature for the constructors look like so:
And the constructors do the work of making sure that the start time
always comes before the end time.
Anyhow read the article, it has all the examples you need.
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