On 2/14/07, Kris Jurka <books(at)ejurka(dot)com> wrote:
> Here you're explicitly saying that it is a VARCHAR, not that you have a
> String that you're not sure what the real type is. It would be possible
> to adjust setNull to check the stringtype setting and use Oid.UNSPECIFIED
> here, but I'm not sure that would be correct.
We've been batting this around in the office as well. I wish I knew
what the absolute correct behavior would be in this situation.
An observation that might be insightful is if I can figure out how
When connected using stringtype=unspecified it would seem to me that
the two should behave the same way. What do you think?
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