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what will rs.getBoolean() return if the field is null OR varchar 'FALSE'?

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hi, as per title.
1. what will rs.getBoolean() return if the field is null?

2. if the field is varchar, and the value is 'FALSE' (for every row), if i read the value using rs.getBoolean, will i get the boolean value of 'false'?

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1. It should be false.
2. If it is 'FALSE' it will return false, but if it is 'TRUE', it will return true.

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1. false, use wasNull() to check if null

2. i don't think so
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I think for the second point, there is a rule where we can determine whether it is true or false. Let me check for a sec

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suck it and see :)
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Sorry for the spam.

This is just based on my experiences and may not be right.

If your VARCHAR column is started with 'T' or even a single 'T', it should return true

but if it is started with other characters than 'T', it should return false.

Just my experiences ;)

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let me run some experiment for point#2 first...
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here's my result:

field(varchar)           getBoolean()
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'FALSE'                    false
'TRUE'                     true
'FISH'
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ignore my previous comment ;-)

test:
-MS SQL SERVER 2000


here's my result:

field(varchar)           getBoolean()
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'FALSE'                    false
'TRUE'                     true
'FISH'                      false
'TANK'                     false
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by:InNoCenT_Ch1ld
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additional:

'T'       --> false
'F'       --> false

guess it only recognize 'TRUE' for ms sql server.. or maybe it depends on the jdbc...
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>>"'TANK'                     false"
Ok, my theory is wrong :(.

Enjoy ;)
David
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