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From Tomáš Hula <em...@tomashula.cz>
Subject Re: TypeHandlerCallback isn't called when target is HashMap
Date Wed, 17 Feb 2010 16:03:40 GMT
I am using version 2.3.4.726 and I believe it's the latest version (apart
from 3.x versions). Should it be fixed in this version or did you mean 3.x
versions?

Thanks,
Tom

On 15.2.2010 14:53, Clinton Begin wrote:
> I believe this was a big and was fixed... What version are you using?
>
> 2010/2/15 <email@tomashula.cz <mailto:email@tomashula.cz>>
>
>     Hi all,
>
>     I am dealing with one problem regarding type handlers. I created
>     my own
>     type handler for java.sql.Timestamp and I added the following line to
>     SqlMapConfig.xml:
>
>     <typeHandler javaType="java.sql.Timestamp"
>     callback="some_package.TimestampHandler" />
>
>     This handler works right when I load DB records into objects with
>     defined
>     classes (i.e. resultClass="SomeClass") or when I use result map
>     and define
>     the java type directly (i.e. javaType="java.sqlTimestamp" in result
>     element).
>
>     But the handler doesn't apply when I loading DB records into simply
>     HashMap (i.e. resultClass="HashMap"). In this case my handler
>     isn't used
>     and as I found out, a handler for java.lang.Object is used
>     instead. But
>     the corresponding field in hash map is correctly of type
>     java.sql.Timestamp.
>
>     Please, is it a bug or is it a logical approach that I just don't
>     understand to? Is there any other possibility than writing my own
>     handler
>     for java.lang.Object or defining result maps for all selects?
>
>     I found similar item here
>     (http://www.mail-archive.com/user-java@ibatis.apache.org/msg11954.html)
>     but with no reply.
>
>     Thanks a lot in advance,
>     Tom
>
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