|Re: [Teneo] Recommended way to override Java to DB Type Mapping for various databases [message #916346 is a reply to message #915989]
||Tue, 18 September 2012 18:46
| Martin Taal
Registered: July 2009
If you want different mappings for different databases then I would create your own Dialect variant, overriding the
standard ones provided by Hibernate.
Check the Dialect implementation to see what to override (for example registerColumnType).
On 09/18/2012 01:15 PM, Josh A wrote:
> For various DB Dialects(DB2,Oracle,MS-SQL & Postgres are the ones i am most interested in), Is there a way to influence
> Java type to DB Type mapping in Teneo?
> For example, is there a way to indicate to teneo to map a given EAttribute to a 'datetime2' type column in MS-SQL?
> I came across the following Hibernate annotation which looked promising @Type(type="timestamp"). However, i am not sure
> what is the equivalent for timestamp2 in this annotation?
> I guess the other option is to create a new hibernate UserType and map it via
> Thanks for your help,
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