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From Alexandre Borgoltz <alexandre.borgo...@smartjog.com>
Subject Re: Stream already closed
Date Wed, 12 Oct 2005 14:15:41 GMT
See http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/DDLUTILS-29

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Thomas Dudziak wrote:

>On 10/12/05, Alexandre Borgoltz <alexandre.borgoltz@smartjog.com> wrote:
>> >The other reason why this is happening, might be that the column in
>> >question is a LONG column which is known to give problems with Oracle
>> >JDBC drivers, especially the thin driver.
>>You seem to be right, Tom.
>>My tests proved that resultset.getString("COLUMN_DEF") :
>>+can't be called twice (if .next() is not called obviously)
>>+always fails for primary fields with 9i- drivers
>>+fails if called after e.g. .getString("IS_NULLABLE") with 10g drivers
>>+works OK if called first *with 10g drivers*
>>So what I did is modify
>>JdbcModelReader.getColumnsForTable(DatabaseMetaData, String)
>>and move the call of
>>getValueAsString(..., "COLUMN_DEF", ...)
>>to be the first one called. This works perfectly on my platform now.
>>I have included the corresponding patch. You can of course do whatever
>>you want with it, provided I am responsible for nothing :P
>>Do you think this will have side effects? Can I use DdlUtils that way
>the JdbcModelReader class need some rework and intensive testing
>anyway, I havn't really touched it yet since commons-sql became
>Could you raise an issue for this in DdlUtils' JIRA, and attach your patch ?

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