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Id: 16338
Status: resolved
Priority: 0/
Queue: Alzabo

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Requestors: martin.groenemeyer [...] kochpiraten.de
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Severity: Normal
Broken in: 0.87
Fixed in: 0.88



Subject: Length of BINARY fields not supported
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If I create a schema with this code: use Alzabo::Create::Schema; my $s = Alzabo::Create::Schema->new(name => 'foo', rdbms => 'MySQL' ); my $table = $s->make_table( name => 'some_table' ); my $md5 = $table->make_column( name => 'checksum', type => 'binary', length => 16, nullable => 0 ); I get the error "BINARY columns cannot have a length or precision." But the MySQL5.0 doc says: "The BINARY and VARBINARY types are similar to CHAR and VARCHAR, except that they contain binary strings rather than non-binary strings." (http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/binary-varbinary.html) A solution could be to insert a new segment in RDBMSRules::MySQL::validate_colmn_length which validates the BINRAY column_type.


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