On Mon, 28 Dec 1998, Shankha S. Mitra wrote:
> Aah, that explains it. I'm using JDK 1.2 beta4 (which I guess _is_ now
> JDK 2.0). THe JDBC in JDK 2.0 does have ARRAY, etc.
> Thanks for the reply.
> Peter T. Mount writes:
> > Yes, there is no constant of Types.ARRAY in JDBC (see below). The
> > implementation sets the type to OTHER if it doesn't recognise it.
> > > Also getColumnTypeName() returns _int4; is that correct?
> > no, it should return String - will check.
I think the int4 is what it's translating the postgresql type as. I've not
tried Arrays with JDBC yet, but I think we can fix this when we implement
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