On Tue, 30 Nov 2004, Dave Cramer wrote:
> Seems to me we would have the same issues wth Date without time zone, no?
dates do not have timezones, but we do have time with and without time
zone that is undoubtedly affected by this same problem.
> Since timestamp without timezone is a postgresql extension
This is not true.
> This would also solve the issue with interval, as currently the driver
> doesn't handle interval (AFAIK)
Interval is handled by
setObject(new org.postgresql.util.PGInterval("1 day"));
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