At 15:17 23/02/01 -0800, Skidmore, Walt wrote:
>An update: I looked through the documentation, and found that the bool
>type might be better suited. So, after changing the field type, I'm
>getting a new error:
>java.sql.SQLException: ERROR: pg_atoi: error in "f": can't parse "f"
Hmm, its trying to use a numeric method to access the book. Can you give me
the _Full_ stacktrace for this?
> -----Original Message-----
>From: Skidmore, Walt
>Sent: Friday, February 23, 2001 9:00 AM
>Subject: f is not a valid bitstring
>I have an entity bean that uses a boolean for a field, and that boolean
>maps to a bit field in the database. Is this the proper field I should be
>mapping to? Under Sybase and MSSQL 7, there were no problems with sending
>"true" or "false" through the bean - something took care of it and mapped
>it properly. Under Postgres 7.0.3, however, I consistently get this error:
>java.sql.SQLException: ERROR: zpbit_in: f is not a valid bitstring
>I've traced it back, and found that it's taking the first letter of the
>boolean value and trying to put that into the bit field instead of
>changing it to a 1 or 0. Any suggestions?
>Thanks a bunch...
In response to
pgsql-jdbc by date
|Next:||From: Peter Eisentraut||Date: 2001-02-24 23:28:33|
|Subject: Re: Java class documentation|
|Previous:||From: Peter Mount||Date: 2001-02-24 18:06:59|
|Subject: Re: unable to find postgresql.jar|