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Re: Boolean to DB2?



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Ah, so that's what I have to do.  Thanks, I'll do the numeric thing, why 
fight it hehe.  Thanks, you've been a help again.

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Re: Boolean to DB2?






Hi,
never tried with an alpha field (should work, depending of te JDBC
inplementation),
normally you use a 1 byte signed numeric that will have 0 for false and
1 for true.

RPower@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:

>Hello all again.
>I have a DB2 Physical file that I need to assign Boolean variables.  Can 
I 
>create a 1A field in the physical file to contain the value of the 
Boolean 
>variable in my object in Java?  If so, what will the value of the 1A 
field 
>be if true or false?
>
>Ron Power
>Programmer
>Information Services
>City Of St. John's, NL
>P.O. Box 908
>St. John's, NL
>A1C 5M2
>709-576-8132
>rpower@xxxxxxxxxx
>http://www.stjohns.ca/
>___________________________________________________________________________
>Success is going from failure to failure without a loss of enthusiasm. - 
>Sir Winston Churchill
> 
>







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