First off, I'm pretty much a noob with anything but very basic SQL and
JDBC, so apologies in advance if these are stupid questions ...
I am using the "WHERE foo = ANY (?)" syntax for my PreparedStatements to
avoid dynamically creating gigantic "IN (?, ?, ...)" statements. After
much searching, I found it syntax in this thread:
With all of my Google-fu, I have been unable to find any other mention
of this syntax anywhere else on the Interwebs, which brings me to
Is this construct documented anywhere?
A follow-up post contains this PreparedStatement syntax:
Is this specifying a type for the PreparedStatement parameter? If not,
what is it doing?
And again, is there any documentation of this syntax?
Ian Pilcher arequipeno(at)gmail(dot)com
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