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From Joachim Wackerow <wacke...@zuma-mannheim.de>
Subject Re: DEFAULT 'NULL' instead of DEFAULT NULL
Date Wed, 15 Mar 2006 08:37:21 GMT
Hi Tom,

Thank you for answer.

Thomas Dudziak wrote:
> On 3/13/06, Joachim Wackerow <wackerow@zuma-mannheim.de> wrote:
>> I just started to try DdlUtils. I encountered following problem:
>> A default NULL results in 'NULL' in the SQL code not in NULL without the
>> quotes.
>> <column name="organisation" type="VARCHAR" size="50" default="NULL"/>
>> results in SQL code
>> organisation VARCHAR(50) DEFAULT 'NULL',
>> How can I define the NULL value in the XML file, so it does not get
>> interpreted as a string value? Does exist some escape character? I
>> looked thru the documentation, in some source files, and searched the
>> mailing list, but didn't find anything. Did I overlook something?
> SQL NULL is the default value if you do not specify one - there is no
> other to specify it except by not specifying it.

I was not aware of this behavior.

>> Same problem with CURRENT_TIMESTAMP
>> <column name="timestamp" type="TIMESTAMP" default="CURRENT_TIMESTAMP"/>
>> results in SQL code
> In general the default value is expected to be a string value that can
> be converted to the Java type corresponding to the JDBC type (as
> defined by the JDBC spec). What you need in this case would be a
> nativeDefault attribute which is not interpreted by DdlUtils at all.
> This is currently not possible, but you could add a feature request to
> DdlUtils' JIRA.

I created a feature request.


> cheers,
> Tom

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