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Re: Boolean to DB2?



fixed

Hi,
this seem to be the JTOpen implementation:

public boolean getBoolean()
    throws SQLException
    {
        truncated_ = 0;

        // If value equals "true", "false", "1", or "0", then return the
        // corresponding boolean, otherwise an empty string is
        // false, a non-empty string is true.
        String trimmedValue = getString().trim();       
        return((trimmedValue.length() > 0)
               && (! trimmedValue.equalsIgnoreCase("false"))
               && (! trimmedValue.equals("0")));
    }



albartell wrote:

>The 1A field is the route I go and then I place 'T' or 'F' in there to
>denote the boolean feel.  I use Hibernate as my ORM layer and in the data
>access object I create a getter and setter that uses the Java boolean data
>type but underneath the covers it converts it to a T or F before writing it
>to the database.
>
>HTH,
>Aaron Bartell
>
>
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>To: Java Programming on and around the iSeries / AS400
>Subject: Boolean to DB2?
>
>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?
>
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