Map database type to concrete Java class

## Background Map a column data type to its corresponding Java class. ## Problem A query returns meta information from a database: SELECT rb.object_schema, rb.object_name, rb.column_name FROM dictionary.resource_bundle rb For example, this query returns (the self-referential): dictionary, resource_bundle, column_name Where 'dictionary' is the schema name, 'resource_bundle' is the object_name, and 'column_name' is the column_name. It would be great to do something like: SELECT rb.object_schema, rb.object_name, rb.column_name, rb.column_type FROM dictionary.resource_bundle rb And have this query return: dictionary, resource_bundle, column_name, varchar Then use JDBC to discover that `varchar` is [mapped][1] to `java.lang.String`. ## Questions 1. In PostgreSQL, how do you determine what type is used to store the data, given a schema name, object name (guaranteed to be table or view), and column name? 1. In a database-neutral fashion (leveraging JDBC), how do you determine the mapping a database uses for a given data type? [1]:

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