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  • Are there new (NoSQL, NewSQL) datatypes planned for CUBRID >v9.1? [33]
    Hi CUBRID Team, are you planned to develop new (NoSQL, NewSQL) data types i.e. JSON, hstore for schemaless data modeling like in PostgreSQL >= v9.2/9.3 for the new CUBRID version? ==> http://www.postgresql.org/docs/devel/static/datatype-json.html Do you have a date for the ...
    http://www.cubrid.org/questions/722690
  • Are there spatial extensions to CUBRID? [20]
    Are there any spatial extensions for CUBRID databases or any plans to support spatial data? Thanks, David
    http://www.cubrid.org/questions/716397
  • When you should and should NOT use ENUM data type
    ENUM is a new enumerated data type introduced in CUBRID 9.0. Like in all programming languages, the ENUM type is a data type composed of a set of static, ordered values. Users can define numeric and string values for ENUM columns. Working with ENUM types Creating an ENU...
    http://www.cubrid.org/blog/cubrid-life/when-you-should-and-should-not-use-enum-data-type/
  • Data Types, Domains, and Inheritance in CUBRID RDBMS
    In the previous article I have explained how data is stored in CUBRID RDBMS. I have described the concept of objects, classes, inheritance, and OID in CUBRID. In this article I will talk about the data types available in CUBRID and how they are stored in the...
    http://www.cubrid.org/blog/cubrid-life/data-types-domains-and-inheritance-in-cubrid-rdbms/
  • How to interpret the differences between these two manual pages? [11]
    I have mostly based jOOQ's CUBRID data type support to what is available here: http://www.cubrid.org/manual/841/en/Data%20Types Unfortunately, that was not the best choice for the jOOQ source code generator, as it is reading db_attribute, which returns data types as defined here: ...
    http://www.cubrid.org/questions/324489
  • CUBRID RDBMS Size Limits
    When working with databases, it is important to understand what the upper and lower bounds are for its data types, database and table size, rows, etc. More than that, it's always good to know if you intend to compare it with other database systems. In this page you can see...
    http://www.cubrid.org/wiki_tutorials/entry/cubrid-rdbms-size-limits
  • CUBRID vs. MySQL vs. Oracle Data Type Mapping
    CUBRID vs. MySQL vs. Oracle Data Type Mapping Since each database management system has its own SQL syntax and data type conventions, it is sometimes overwhelming to figure out which data type in one database system would be the best equivalent of a certain data type in an...
    http://www.cubrid.org/cubrid_mysql_oracle_data_type_mapping
  • CUBRID vs. ODBC Data Type Mapping
    CUBRID Data Type ODBC Data Type Char SQL_CHAR Varchar SQL_VARCHAR String SQL_LONGVARCHAR Nchar SQL_CHAR Varnchar SQL_VARCHAR Bit SQL_BINARY Varying bit SQL_VARBINARY Numeric SQL_NUMERIC Int SQL_INTEGER Short SQL_SMALLINT Float SQL_FLOAT Double ...
    http://www.cubrid.org/wiki_apis/entry/odbc_cubrid_programming_2
  • Working with CUBRID BLOB / CLOB Data Types
    The scope of this tutorial is to present the new data types, BLOB and CLOB, introduced in CUBRID 8.3.1. In the release 8.3.1, CUBRID comes up with two new data types, to improve the support for Large Objects (LOB), such as texts and binary files: CLOB (Character L...
    http://www.cubrid.org/wiki_tutorials/entry/working-with-cubrid-blob-clob-data-types