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Some databases support the standard SQL BOOLEAN data type, which produces
Field<Boolean> column types in jOOQ's code generator. But even if your dialect doesn't support the
BOOLEAN type out of the box, you may have applied a data type rewrite to force a
NUMBER(1) column to act as a
When you have such a column, you will want to use it as a condition, and vice-versa. A org.jooq.Field<Boolean> can be turned into a
org.jooq.Condition using DSL.condition(Field). The inverse operation can be achieved using DSL.field(Condition):
Condition condition = BOOK.TITLE.eq("Animal Farm"); Field<Boolean> field = field(condition); // Fetch boolean values from a table create.select(field).from(BOOK).fetch(); // Use a boolean field as a condition create.selectFrom(BOOK).where(field).fetch();
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