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com::sun::star::sdbc::DataType Constant Group Referencepublished

These constants are used to specify database data types which are used to identify the generic SQL types. More...

Variables

const long BIT = -7
 
const long TINYINT = -6
 
const long SMALLINT = 5
 
const long INTEGER = 4
 
const long BIGINT = -5
 
const long FLOAT = 6
 
const long REAL = 7
 
const long DOUBLE = 8
 
const long NUMERIC = 2
 
const long DECIMAL = 3
 
const long CHAR = 1
 
const long VARCHAR = 12
 
const long LONGVARCHAR = -1
 
const long DATE = 91
 
const long TIME = 92
 
const long TIMESTAMP = 93
 
const long BINARY = -2
 
const long VARBINARY = -3
 
const long LONGVARBINARY = -4
 
const long SQLNULL = 0
 
const long OTHER = 1111
 indicates that the SQL type is database-specific and gets mapped to an object that can be accessed via the method com::sun::star::sdbc::XRow::getObject(). More...
 
const long OBJECT = 2000
 indicates a type which is represented by an object which implements this type. More...
 
const long DISTINCT = 2001
 describes a type based on a built-in type. More...
 
const long STRUCT = 2002
 indicates a type consisting of attributes that may be any type. More...
 
const long ARRAY = 2003
 indicates a type representing an SQL ARRAY. More...
 
const long BLOB = 2004
 indicates a type representing an SQL Binary Large Object. More...
 
const long CLOB = 2005
 indicates a type representing an SQL Character Large Object. More...
 
const long REF = 2006
 indicates a type representing an SQL REF, a referencing type. More...
 
const long BOOLEAN = 16
 identifies the generic SQL type BOOLEAN. More...
 

Detailed Description

These constants are used to specify database data types which are used to identify the generic SQL types.

The definition is based on JDBC 3.0.

The actual type constant values are equivalent to those in the X/Open CLI.

Precise information about the specific types can be got from XDatabaseMetaData::getTypeInfo().

Variable Documentation

◆ ARRAY

const long ARRAY = 2003

indicates a type representing an SQL ARRAY.

◆ BIGINT

const long BIGINT = -5

◆ BINARY

const long BINARY = -2

◆ BIT

const long BIT = -7

◆ BLOB

const long BLOB = 2004

indicates a type representing an SQL Binary Large Object.

◆ BOOLEAN

const long BOOLEAN = 16

identifies the generic SQL type BOOLEAN.

Since
OOo 2.0

◆ CHAR

const long CHAR = 1

◆ CLOB

const long CLOB = 2005

indicates a type representing an SQL Character Large Object.

◆ DATE

const long DATE = 91

◆ DECIMAL

const long DECIMAL = 3

◆ DISTINCT

const long DISTINCT = 2001

describes a type based on a built-in type.

It is a user-defined data type (UDT).

◆ DOUBLE

const long DOUBLE = 8

◆ FLOAT

const long FLOAT = 6

◆ INTEGER

const long INTEGER = 4

◆ LONGVARBINARY

const long LONGVARBINARY = -4

◆ LONGVARCHAR

const long LONGVARCHAR = -1

◆ NUMERIC

const long NUMERIC = 2

◆ OBJECT

const long OBJECT = 2000

indicates a type which is represented by an object which implements this type.

◆ OTHER

const long OTHER = 1111

indicates that the SQL type is database-specific and gets mapped to an object that can be accessed via the method com::sun::star::sdbc::XRow::getObject().

◆ REAL

const long REAL = 7

◆ REF

const long REF = 2006

indicates a type representing an SQL REF, a referencing type.

◆ SMALLINT

const long SMALLINT = 5

◆ SQLNULL

const long SQLNULL = 0

◆ STRUCT

const long STRUCT = 2002

indicates a type consisting of attributes that may be any type.

It is a user-defined data type (UDT).

◆ TIME

const long TIME = 92

◆ TIMESTAMP

const long TIMESTAMP = 93

◆ TINYINT

const long TINYINT = -6

◆ VARBINARY

const long VARBINARY = -3

◆ VARCHAR

const long VARCHAR = 12