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From brycenesbitt <bry...@obviously.com>
Subject Re: Question: Torque NULL handling on insert, update
Date Mon, 29 Oct 2007 07:27:56 GMT

But SQL has an additional state:: null.  And there's a difference between
calling a torque set method, and not calling a set method.  So the question
remains: is Torque's behavior documented?  Does Torque support null column
values for primitive type columns (e.g. columns other than String and

> What you find here is the Java default behavior. A int has a default
> value of 0. It can not be set to null. Therefore when the value is
> initialized and no other value is given it is set to 0. Same applies to
> long.

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