On Thu, 15 Feb 2007, Chris Gamache wrote:
> 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
> differs from
What would you expect to happen for these two:
setObject(1, "hi", Types.VARCHAR);
setObject(1, null, Types.VARCHAR);
By specifying the type you're saying that it really is a VARCHAR, not
indicating that it's an unknown type in a String representation.
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