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JDBC and NaN in where condition

Posted on 2000-03-27
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I try to retrieve rows that include columns with an NaN value as Float.
I use preparedStatement.

ex : select c1,c2,c3 where c1 = ?

java code is like :

               ps = con.preparedStatement(select c1,c2,c3 where c1 = ?);
               ps.setObjet(1,new Float(Float.NaN);
               rs = ps.executeQuery();

I know that some rows match this case, but rs.next() return false

Can somebody help me ?

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Question by:jguy
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by:computerpunk
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Have you tried ps.setFloat() or setDouble() passing in the value.
Something like ps.setFloat(1,Float.NaN);
And besides that have you checked your SQL statement ?? YOu have forgotten your erm.. Table name .
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by:jguy
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I tried this solution yet with no succes. In fact, i think it is probably due to the bite value of the Float.NaN in java comparing to the his value on the database (I use Sybase).
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azawawi earned 100 total points
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check if Sybase uses IEEE 754 as Java, if not... then try converting NaN into another special value (like null) for example...
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