I'm updating my IDENTITY overflow check script to account for DECIMAL and NUMERIC IDENTITY columns. As part of the check I compute the size of the data type's range for every IDENTITY column; I use ...
I have a column with char(16) data type and it was mistakenly set to char(16) actually it should be bit(1) because it contains only three distinct values as follows: 16 characters long string 10 ...
I need to convert a value of Double Precision to Bigint with PostgreSQL. How can I do that? I have tried with to_bigint(myvalue) but that function didn't exist.