To be honest, I didn't write the stuff in AbstractJdbc2Statement.
That is left over from the original implementation. That being said,
there is no function in the utils that takes a date and a calendar
and returns a Calendar.
It does look like the best place to put that code though.
On 13-Dec-06, at 7:28 AM, Oliver Jowett wrote:
> Ravi Periasamy wrote:
>> I suspect the AbstractJdbc2Statement.changetime()
> Yeah, that code looks pretty broken to me, it has completely the
> wrong end of the stick about what it should be doing with the
> provided calendar, AFAICS.
> Dave, why doesn't the out-parameter stuff do timestamp conversion
> by delegating to the same code as the ResultSet code uses? That
> does all the hard stuff for you..
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