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  1. Derby
  2. DERBY-499

Expose BOOLEAN datatype to end users

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    • Improvement
    • Status: Closed
    • Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • 10.1.1.0
    • 10.7.1.1
    • SQL
    • None

    Description

      Veaceslav Chicu started an email thread on 8 August 2005 titled "boolean type". He was disappointed that Derby doesn't support the ansi BOOLEAN datatype. On closer inspection, Derby does internally support this type but does not expose this support to end users.

      Derby should let users declare table columns of type BOOLEAN. This should be an indexable datatype.

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        1. jdk131BooleanFailures.zip
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          Katherine Marsden
        2. bug499.diff
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          Richard N. Hillegas
        3. bug499_rev4.diff
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          Richard N. Hillegas
        4. bug499_rev3.diff
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          Richard N. Hillegas
        5. bug499_rev2.diff
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          Richard N. Hillegas
        6. bug499_jdk13tests.diff
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          Richard N. Hillegas
        7. bug499_jdk13tests_rev2.diff
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          Richard N. Hillegas
        8. bug499_doc.zip
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          Richard N. Hillegas
        9. BooleanType.sxw
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          Richard N. Hillegas
        10. BooleanType.sxw
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          Richard N. Hillegas
        11. BooleanType.html
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          Richard N. Hillegas
        12. BooleanType.html
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          Richard N. Hillegas
        13. BooleanFS.html
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          Richard N. Hillegas
        14. BooleanFS.html
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          Richard N. Hillegas

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