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Id: 52397
Status: stalled
Priority: 0/
Queue: SQL-Statement

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Requestors: DetlefPilzecker [...] web.de
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Severity: Important
Broken in: 1.23
Fixed in: (no value)



Subject: Missing some VALID DATA TYPES in Dialects::CSV
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Hi, is there a reason why some DATA TYPES are missing in the SQL::Dialects::CSV? I got an error in DBD::CSV creating a table with TINYINT and DECIMAL while they (and some more) are allowed in SQL::Dialects::ANSI !?! Or is this the wrong place to ask?
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No reason - I'll get it in this way. This issue should be opened in DBD::CSV. I'm unsure whether it should be supported, because users might expect that ranges are checked in this case, what S::S definitively will not do. I'd like to reject this request - any objections? Jens
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> I'm unsure whether it should be supported, > because users might expect that ranges are checked in this > case, what S::S definitively will not do.
Hmmmm, right, on the other side: Are things like xxx CHAR ( 100 ) or yyy INT ( 10 ) checked to have not more then 100 characters or not more then 10 numbers?
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Without proving I assume: they aren't checked. And for S::S 1.xx I won't add new features like that (to complicated). This is collected for S::S 2.00


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