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Otis
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# Posted on: 17-Jun-2004 12:35:14.  
Chris Bower released a very nice bitwise AND comparer predicate and it's now available in the 3rd party section!. Be sure to read the enclosed readme for details.
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# Posted on: 20-Jan-2005 03:41:34.  
Is this the preferred way of doing bitwise predicate stuff at this point in time? I didn't see anything in the LLBLGen docs about something being built into LLBLGen for handling it "natively", but am wondering.

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# Posted on: 20-Jan-2005 09:16:48.  
Bitwise And/or operators are sqlserver only, which is why they're not build in (only as expressions). So you can have a field compared to an expression using a normal predicate and that expression is a bit operation expression, you can build that with the build-in operators. However there is no predicate class which directly handles bitwise operators.

So I'm not sure what you want to do, it is possible you can build the predicate with the available classes. The predicate mentioned by this thread was released before the enhancements like expressions were released for LLBLGen Pro Regular Smiley
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# Posted on: 06-May-2010 02:45:58.  
Could you please provide a link to the '3rd party section'?

Oracle supports bitwise and operators using BITAND().


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# Posted on: 09-Jul-2010 08:45:37.  
Hello Otis,

I'm also not able to find this link. Is it still available?
Or has llblgen in meantime already some support for bitwise fields?

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TomV
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# Posted on: 09-Jul-2010 09:44:04.  
TomV wrote:
Hello Otis,

I'm also not able to find this link. Is it still available?
Or has llblgen in meantime already some support for bitwise fields?

Best regards,
TomV

In which database? We support them in oracle in v3.


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