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    NIFI-2624 JdbcCommon treats BigDecimals now as Avro Logical type usin…

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    …g bytes to hold data (not String as is was before).

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    This closes #1142
commit 4d6de9663087ebb30041341c8d55de01c4af3875
Author: Toivo Adams <>
Date:   2016-10-16T17:15:33Z

    NIFI-2624 JdbcCommon treats BigDecimals now as Avro Logical type using 
bytes to hold data (not String as is was before).


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