|1.0||Feb 24, 2004|
|Move to Hibernate 3! Thanks to ciaran .||epugh|
|1. If the driver thinks a column is a Timestamp and the application (or Hibernate) wants a date, a SQLException is thrown instead of converting the Timestamp object to a Date object.
2. With the MS driver, getBytes() is appropriate (at least for LONGVARBINARY) and getBlob is not.
3. Blob.getBytes(int index, int length) should never be called with an index of zero, it's one-based.
|Fix getDate() when you have a java.sql.Timestamp||rgunasekara|
|Initial import into SourceForge||epugh|