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From jodersky <>
Subject [GitHub] spark pull request #15257: [SPARK-17683][SQL] Support ArrayType in Literal.a...
Date Fri, 30 Sep 2016 03:22:55 GMT
Github user jodersky commented on a diff in the pull request:
    --- Diff: sql/catalyst/src/main/scala/org/apache/spark/sql/catalyst/expressions/literals.scala
    @@ -46,12 +57,17 @@ object Literal {
         case s: String => Literal(UTF8String.fromString(s), StringType)
         case b: Boolean => Literal(b, BooleanType)
         case d: BigDecimal => Literal(Decimal(d), DecimalType(Math.max(d.precision, d.scale),
    -    case d: java.math.BigDecimal =>
    +    case d: JavaBigDecimal =>
           Literal(Decimal(d), DecimalType(Math.max(d.precision, d.scale), d.scale()))
         case d: Decimal => Literal(d, DecimalType(Math.max(d.precision, d.scale), d.scale))
         case t: Timestamp => Literal(DateTimeUtils.fromJavaTimestamp(t), TimestampType)
         case d: Date => Literal(DateTimeUtils.fromJavaDate(d), DateType)
         case a: Array[Byte] => Literal(a, BinaryType)
    +    case a: Array[_] =>
    --- End diff --
    @maropu, I tested my solution in a shell and it worked. To fix the compilation error,
simply make the overloaded method `ScalaReflection.dataTypeFor` public. I don't see any reason
for it being private in the first place, apart from it just being a default

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