Mark Hayes 2012-05-24, 04:10
Doug Cutting 2012-05-24, 16:08
Mark Hayes 2012-05-24, 17:28
Doug Cutting 2012-05-24, 18:51
-Re: Why is the String type a Schema property?
Mark Hayes 2012-05-24, 20:33
On Thu, May 24, 2012 at 11:51 AM, Doug Cutting <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> No, there are two schemas involved in reading, the writer's and the
> reader's. The reader's schema can determine what string representation is
> used. This is the case with reflect and specific, which resolve the schema
> used when writing against the schema of the class that's being used to
> represent things when reading. So you don't need to worry about reflect or
> specific, since they supply their own schema that has the string
> representation they expect.
> So you only need to worry about different string representations if you're
> using the generic representation and do not specify a distinct reader's
> schema that you expect to see things as, or if you use some other kind of
> datum reader (e.g., one you've written yourself) that subclasses
> GenericDatumReader, doesn't override readString(), and you don't pass an
> expected, reader's schema.
Yes, you're right, it's only use of GenericRecord that is impacted. Sorry
to confuse the issue.
Thanks for your help!
Ey-Chih chow 2012-05-27, 01:58