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From Thomas Fox <Thomas....@seitenbau.net>
Subject Re: custom sql types in Torque 4
Date Mon, 07 May 2012 08:41:19 GMT
> > Currently, it is not possible in Torque 4 to use a sql type which is
> > mapped by a Torque type. E.G  the torque type TIMESTAMP is mapped to
> > SQL type DATETIME in mysql, and it is not possible to create a column
> > SQL type TIMESTAMP out of the box.
> > Therefore I propose to add an attribute "sqlType" to the column Element
> > whihc the default sql type can be overridden.
> >
> > Any objections ?
> In Liquibase which tries to make database maintenance DBMS-independent,
> they decided to support the Java SQL types (java.sql.Types.*) as an
> alternative. I'd propose to do the same here. See the explanation at
> http://www.liquibase.org/manual/column This would work without extra
> attributes.

The liqibase manual says:

"Also, specifying a java.sql.Types.* type will be converted to the correct
type as well "

This is exactly what we do, the Schema types Torque uses are 1:1 those of

The question is what to do if our correct mapping is not the mapping the
user wants....


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