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From "Sebastien Arbogast" <sebastien.arbog...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Timestamp issue
Date Mon, 13 Mar 2006 15:44:11 GMT
> > Actually, I've double-checked my DDL scripts and you were right : TINESTAMP were
> > actually TIMESTAMP(3). So I updated my DDL scripts to really create TIMESTAMP's
> > but than in the created database, I still have TIMESTAMP(6) because according
> > to this document (http://www.ss64.com/orasyntax/datatypes.html), 6 is the
> > default value for TIMESTAMP parameter.
> > I'll have to find a way to associate any parameterized TIMESTAMP to be
> > recognized as a TIMESTAMP.
>
> I've read a bit, and there may be a possiblity to get more info via
> Oracle's JDBC driver impl. I'll check that.

Actually, when configuring native mappings, it would be cool to be
able to add template-based mappings like :
PlatformInfo.addNativeMapping(Types.OTHER, "TIMESTAMP(*)", Types.TIMESTAMP);

Wouldn't it be possible ?

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