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From Andrus Adamchik <>
Subject Re: ExtendedType and IN operator
Date Mon, 26 Nov 2007 12:42:00 GMT

I vaguely remember this being a problem in the past and us fixing  
it... I couldn't find any references via Google (having "IN" as a  
keyword doesn't help). So could you post the code that builds the  
query and the exact Cayenne version.


On Nov 23, 2007, at 3:39 AM, Chris Gamache wrote:

> I'm using Cayenne2 and PostgreSQL.
> For any single R-value in a where clause, my ExtendedType is working
> wonderfully. But! If I create an expression which uses the operator
> IN, my ExtendedType doesn't seem to get called. In the query logger
> everything looks okay, but pgjdbc complains in the same way that it
> would if there were no exended type. That leads me to believe either
> that Cayenne is ignoring ExtendedTypes when it does the JDBC binding
> for the R-value list, or that I've left out a detail in my
> ExtendedType class which is the culprit. I can post my ExtendedType
> code and some code that misbehaves. Will that suffice, or would you
> need more?
> CG

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