Github user MikeThomsen commented on a diff in the pull request:

    https://github.com/apache/nifi/pull/2625#discussion_r180727687
  
    --- Diff: 
nifi-nar-bundles/nifi-standard-bundle/nifi-standard-processors/src/main/java/org/apache/nifi/processors/standard/AbstractDatabaseFetchProcessor.java
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    @@ -428,33 +429,44 @@ protected static String getMaxValueFromRow(ResultSet 
resultSet,
         protected static String getLiteralByType(int type, String value, 
String databaseType) {
             // Format value based on column type. For example, strings and 
timestamps need to be quoted
             switch (type) {
    -            // For string-represented values, put in single quotes
    -            case CHAR:
    -            case LONGNVARCHAR:
    -            case LONGVARCHAR:
    -            case NCHAR:
    -            case NVARCHAR:
    -            case VARCHAR:
    -            case ROWID:
    -            case DATE:
    -            case TIME:
    -                return "'" + value + "'";
    -            case TIMESTAMP:
    -                if (!StringUtils.isEmpty(databaseType) && 
databaseType.contains("Oracle")) {
    -                    // For backwards compatibility, the type might be 
TIMESTAMP but the state value is in DATE format. This should be a one-time 
occurrence as the next maximum value
    -                    // should be stored as a full timestamp. Even so, 
check to see if the value is missing time-of-day information, and use the 
"date" coercion rather than the
    -                    // "timestamp" coercion in that case
    -                    if (value.matches("\\d{4}-\\d{2}-\\d{2}")) {
    -                        return "date '" + value + "'";
    -                    } else {
    -                        return "timestamp '" + value + "'";
    -                    }
    +        // For string-represented values, put in single quotes
    --- End diff --
    
    Please restore the original indentation level.


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