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Database specific considerations

Bear in mind the following when you need to handle data types and SQL statements with different databases.


For the xsd:decimal element, trailing zeros are removed. For example, if you write a value "130000.00", reading it later returns "130000".

SQL Server

For xsd:byte and xsd:unsignedByte, SQL Server uses unsigned bytes. If Microsoft JDBC driver is used, searching for "entity with field > -50" is automatically converted into "entity with field > 50" since the minus character will be removed.

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