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next.jdbc.date-time

Optional namespace that extends next.jdbc.prepare/SettableParameter to various date/time types so that they will all be treated as SQL timestamps (which also supports date and time column types).

Some databases support a wide variety of date/time type conversions. Other databases need a bit of help. You should only require this namespace if you database does not support these conversions automatically.

  • H2 and SQLite support conversion of Java Time (Instant, LocalDate, LocalDateTime) out of the box,
  • Nearly all databases support conversion of java.util.Date out of the box -- except PostgreSQL apparently!

Types supported:

  • java.time.Instant
  • java.time.LocalDate
  • java.time.LocalDateTime
  • java.util.Date -- mainly for PostgreSQL

PostgreSQL does not seem able to convert java.util.Date to a SQL timestamp by default (every other database can!) so you'll probably need to require this namespace, even if you don't use Java Time.

Optional namespace that extends `next.jdbc.prepare/SettableParameter`
to various date/time types so that they will all be treated as SQL
timestamps (which also supports date and time column types).

Some databases support a wide variety of date/time type conversions.
Other databases need a bit of help. You should only require this
namespace if you database does not support these conversions automatically.

* H2 and SQLite support conversion of Java Time (`Instant`, `LocalDate`,
  `LocalDateTime`) out of the box,
* Nearly all databases support conversion of `java.util.Date` out of
  the box -- except PostgreSQL apparently!

Types supported:
* `java.time.Instant`
* `java.time.LocalDate`
* `java.time.LocalDateTime`
* `java.util.Date` -- mainly for PostgreSQL

PostgreSQL does not seem able to convert `java.util.Date` to a SQL
timestamp by default (every other database can!) so you'll probably
need to require this namespace, even if you don't use Java Time.

No vars found in this namespace.

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