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From Alexey Kuznetsov <akuznet...@gridgain.com>
Subject Re: Schema Import Java data types for Oracle CLOB and Timestamp data types
Date Tue, 18 Aug 2015 03:20:22 GMT

Yes you could manually override almost everything in generated POJOs.
But it is strange that Timestamp is not detected correctly.
Could you post here a sample CREATE TABLE statement that I could use for

Or it will be better if you open issue in Ignite JIRA
And attach DDL script to it.

Also about CLOB, what type are you expected to get?

diopek wrote
> When I use schema-import utility generated POJO class has Object type for
> corresponding Oracle CLOB and Timestamp data types. Should I manually
> override these Object data type in generated POJOs or should I use some
> casting on the client to get the right data type, Please advise what is
> the best practice handle such data types (CLOB, Timestamp).

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