>> Now comes the "religious" discussion. The above design works well for
>> Oracle, DB2 and MySQL, etc. But PostgresQL seems to choke. It complains
>> about the data type mismatch. By reading various discussions on your
>> there seems to some issues with the data type mapping at the JDBC driver.
>> JDBC driver does not convert boolean value (false/true) to integers (0/1).
There isn't really enough information here to diagnose the problem,
but here's another guess - if it's just a problem with HQL generated
queries, perhaps you could try adding the following to your Hibernate
<property name="hibernate.query.substitutions">true 1, false 0</property>
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