maybe it is not so hard to fix because only if an updateXXX (or updateNull)
has already been performed onto a certain column the getter method needs to
return an other result as the current implementation of the pg-jbdc driver
I think if you would have a list of the rows that have been recently updated
a getter-method could check this list and if the column is in this list it
returns the value of the insertRow .... I mean the separate area that you
mentioned in an earlier post.
PS: Have Fun! :-)
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