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Re: Xdevapi problem with timestamp
Posted by: Rafal Somla
Date: September 14, 2021 08:49AM

Yes, currently only numeric and string values are conveniently represented as C++ types. For other SQL types it is not so clear what should be the corresponding C++ type. For example the standard C/C++ library support for temporal data is not so great and proper types are being introduced only in latest C++20 standard (although there is old struct tm that could be used).

I think that the best approach is to let user decide what C++ types he wants to use to represent non-obvious SQL values. But yes, eventually we could/should make it easier for the user than decoding raw x-protocol representations of the values.

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