public enum BigQueryDbType
Reference documentation and code samples for the Google BigQuery v2 API enum BigQueryDbType.
A BigQuery database type, used for schemas and parameters.
An ordered list of zero or more elements of non-array values.
A fixed-point number which has 76 digits of precision (plus a leftmost partial digit), and always 38 decimal places.
A Boolean value.
A civil date in the Gregorian calendar.
A civil date and time with microsecond precision.
A 64-bit IEEE binary floating-point value. This is known as Float in Legacy SQL data types.
A collection of points, lines, and polygons, which is represented as a point set, or a subset of the surface of the Earth.
An 64-bit signed integer value. This is known as Integer in Legacy SQL data types.
A JSON-formatted string as described in RFC 7159.
A fixed-point number with 38 digits of precision, and always 9 decimal places.
A text value, up to 2MB when encoded in UTF-8.
An ordered collection of fields. Each field has a type, and may optionally have a name. This is known as a record in Legacy SQL data types.
A civil time-of-day with microsecond precision.
A timestamp with microsecond precision.