On Sun, 1 Oct 2006, Oliver Jowett wrote:
> Holger Schulz wrote:
>> When I extract a bit value by JDBC I get an Boolean Object - even for
> That's a bit strange, if varbit(n) returns a custom PGobject I'd expect
> bit(n) to do the same..
Well, varbit only returns a bare PGobject not a custom implementation, so
it's rather useless. Any type the driver knows nothing about gets this,
so we could remove the bit behavior, but I'm not sure it's a clear winner.
> Again this is a type where there's no good JDBC mapping for it though ..
> maybe boolean would be right, but then you can also have real arrays of
Right, this would be good for getObject, but setObject wouldn't know what
to do with it.
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