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java.time.LocalTime incorrectly mapped with cassandra time datatype [DATACASS-694] #864

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spring-projects-issues opened this issue Oct 24, 2019 · 1 comment
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Hurelhuyag opened DATACASS-694 and commented

I created entity with LocalTime property. When I save my entity with value something like '16:37:08.696' it saves like this '00:00:00.059828696'. And If I retrieve this value it in java side everything fine. Only cqlsh shows completelly different value.

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If I store this value LocalDate.parse("10:15:30"), cqlsh should show like this '10:15:30.000000000'


Affects: 2.2 GA (Moore)

Referenced from: pull request #166

Backported to: 2.2.1 (Moore SR1), 2.1.12 (Lovelace SR12)

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Hurelhuyag commented

It seems like cassandra using nanoseconds instead of milliseconds

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