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Hibernate and boolean vs. integer
Joined: Jan 21, 2002
May 17, 2004 09:00:00
I am attempting to use Hibernate for the first time, and had a question about persisting a boolean value to a column with a datatype of integer.
Basically the column in the database is a smallint (Informix) and I would like to expose this as a boolean to the client as a boolean on the javabean object.
Is there a way to translate these without adding additional properties on the bean (getting the client to use the boolean and Hibernate the short)?
Any help appreciated..
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