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From Thomas Fischer <tfisc...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Postgresql - Text Data Type
Date Fri, 11 Nov 2005 07:14:30 GMT

Sorry, I cannot reproduce this.
For the following entry in the schema.xml
   <table name="clob_test">
     <column name="id" required="true" primaryKey="true" type="SMALLINT" />
     <column name="clob_value" type="CLOB" required="false"/>
     <column name="LONGVARCHAR_value" type="LONGVARCHAR" required="false"/>

I get the following sql in torque:insert-sql


CREATE TABLE clob_test
     id INT2 NOT NULL,
     clob_value TEXT,
     PRIMARY KEY (id)

which has no size modifiers and executes fine.

The test was done using the current svn state, but I do not believe 
something was changed with regard to sql generation since 3.2-rc2

Can you provide a simple test case for this ?


On Wed, 9 Nov 2005, Hilco Wijbenga wrote:

> PostgreSQL's 'text' data type does not support a size modifier. Torque,
> however, generates 'text(65535)' or something to that effect.
> At first I thought this was something recent, a change between
> PostgreSQL 7 and 8, but as far as I can tell this has never been
> allowed. So I made some changes in the templates project (it's very nice
> that this is a separate project!).
> My solution was to copy src/templates/sql/base/mssql/columns.vm into
> src/templates/sql/base/postgresql. The diff is attached (I was bold
> enough to also change some white space so the resulting schema is a bit
> nicer).
> Bye,
> Hilco

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