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db: Use proper Word64 support
This commit uses a version of persistent that has been modified to add
proper Word64 support.

Previously when the schema used `Word64` as the column type, Persistent
would use `SqlInt64` as the SQL representation which means that `Word64`
values above `maxBound :: Int64` would be stored as negative values in
the database. That is fine for a database only accessed from Haskell but
is a pain in the neck when the database is used as an interop layer for
other languages.
db: Use proper Word64 support
This commit uses a version of persistent that has been modified to add
proper Word64 support.

Previously when the schema used `Word64` as the column type, Persistent
would use `SqlInt64` as the SQL representation which means that `Word64`
values above `maxBound :: Int64` would be stored as negative values in
the database. That is fine for a database only accessed from Haskell but
is a pain in the neck when the database is used as an interop layer for
other languages.
db: Use proper Word64 support
This commit uses a version of persistent that has been modified to add
proper Word64 support.

Previously when the schema used `Word64` as the column type, Persistent
would use `SqlInt64` as the SQL representation which means that `Word64`
values above `maxBound :: Int64` would be stored as negative values in
the database. That is fine for a database only accessed from Haskell but
is a pain in the neck when the database is used as an interop layer for
other languages.
Merge #1854
1854:  assign correct network discrimination to withdrawals r=KtorZ a=KtorZ

# Issue Number

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#1821 

# Overview

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- [ ] I have assigned correct network discrimination to withdrawals. This was hard-coded to mainnet, for some reasons.

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Co-authored-by: KtorZ <[email protected]>