Sorry for the cross post, I put this on general first:
In my current application I am sending a lot of data to/from the DB with
JDBC, and specifically arrays of Double. (or even Double).
I have been converting everything into a string representation of the array
with StringBuffer, which eats a lot of memory.
I note that there is this web page:
Which made me think I might be saved.
After trying out the JDBC4 driver in DBCP, I see that
Connection.createArray(...) still just creates a big string under the
covers. Is that the expected behavior? Am I doing it wrong?
Will the String get converted to binary representation again before hitting
pgsql-jdbc by date
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