Data Truncation of CURRENT_TIMESTAMP
Posted by: Kevin Lloyd
Date: March 10, 2005 10:02AM

I'm having a problem with 'data truncation' and timestamp fields.

The fields in question have a default value of CURRENT_TIMESTAMP. It appears the drivers are attempting to insert this value into the database when I use the ResultSet.insertRow() method (and the field isn't actually updated). When they do, I get the (new) data truncation warning/exception.

I've managed to replicate the issue by calling updateString("CURRENT_TIMESTAMP") on the field.

Am I missing some driver or database option here?

Kevin Lloyd

MySQL 4.1.10
MySQL-AB JDBC Driver mysql-connector-java-3.1.7

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