Oops... I've just omitted the smallint type at the beginning of the
document. Thanks anyway!
李彦 Ian Li wrote:
> Hello all:
> I am new to PHP and PostgereSQL with some former experiences of ASP
> and MSSQL. My question is when I want to represent different types of
> object, or different status of object in my application, e.g. class of
> users, I used to use tinyint in MSSQL. But I found there is no such
> thing in PGSQL, so what should I use instead? integer, bytea ,or bit(n)?
> I think integer will be the most convenient to use, isn't it?
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