I've created a pocket-query statement for quering IP-addresses from database:
SELECT INET_NTOA(host.ip) AS ip FROM host WHERE hostname = :hostname
When I execute such query from command-line, I get a proper IP-address, but using the query from macro returns me something like "[B@78945a43". The numbers and letters in that string are always different after the first "[B@".
Any clues what is this?
Sorry for the late reply, I somehow didn't see this question. What you get ("[B@...]") are Java identifiers which means that PocketQuery cannot translate the data returned from your database as strings.
Could you run this statement with another SQL tool and send me the result? Also, some metadata of that "host.ip" column would be useful. I'd need to figure out what kind of data PocketQuery is trying to interpret.
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