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Subject [Db-derby Wiki] Update of "JdbcFourOne" by RichardHillegas
Date Tue, 25 Jan 2011 18:38:47 GMT
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The "JdbcFourOne" page has been changed by RichardHillegas.
http://wiki.apache.org/db-derby/JdbcFourOne?action=diff&rev1=28&rev2=29

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  || <<Icon(checkmark.png)>> ||'''DBMD.getProcedureColumns(String,String,String,String)'''||Spec
clarification.||Nothing to do.||None||-||
  || <<Icon(checkmark.png)>> ||'''DBMD.supportsStatementPooling()'''||Spec clarification.||Nothing
to do.||None||-||
  || <<Icon(angry.png)>> ||'''Driver.getParentLogger()'''||Optional new method.
Returns the root logger for this Driver.||Derby doesn't use java.util.logging so this method
can throw SQLFeatureNotSupportedException.||Small||-||
- || <<Icon(angry.png)>> ||'''!PreparedStatement.execute()'''||Should throw a
SQLTimeoutException if the query runs beyond the limit set by setQueryTimeout().||The timeout
work done for Statement.execute() should apply here.||Small||-||
+ || <<Icon(checkmark.png)>> ||'''!PreparedStatement.execute()'''||Should throw
a SQLTimeoutException if the query runs beyond the limit set by setQueryTimeout().||The timeout
work done for Statement.execute() should apply here.||Small||-||
- || <<Icon(angry.png)>> ||'''!PreparedStatement.executeQuery()'''||Should throw
a SQLTimeoutException if the query runs beyond the limit set by setQueryTimeout().||The timeout
work done for Statement.execute() should apply here.||Small||-||
+ || <<Icon(checkmark.png)>> ||'''!PreparedStatement.executeQuery()'''||Should
throw a SQLTimeoutException if the query runs beyond the limit set by setQueryTimeout().||The
timeout work done for Statement.execute() should apply here.||Small||-||
- || <<Icon(angry.png)>> ||'''!PreparedStatement.executeUpdate()'''||Should throw
a SQLTimeoutException if the query runs beyond the limit set by setQueryTimeout().||The timeout
work done for Statement.execute() should apply here.||Small||-||
+ || <<Icon(checkmark.png)>> ||'''!PreparedStatement.executeUpdate()'''||Should
throw a SQLTimeoutException if the query runs beyond the limit set by setQueryTimeout().||The
timeout work done for Statement.execute() should apply here.||Small||-||
  || <<Icon(checkmark.png)>> ||'''ResultSet.absolute(int)'''||If the argument
is 0, then the ResultSet is positioned before the first row.||Verify that Derby behaves this
way. If it doesn't, make this change. Note that Derby does behave this way. This is verified
by !ScrollCursors2Test.testScrollInsensitivePositive()||Small||Rick||
  || <<Icon(checkmark.png)>> ||'''ResultSet.getObject(int,Class)'''||Optional
new method. Returns the column as an object of the requested type, provided that the coercion
is supported in Appendix B, table B-1.||Add this overload to the JDBC 4 implementation (uses
generics). Some testing may be required to verify that Derby really supports the required
coercions.||Medium||Rick||
  || <<Icon(checkmark.png)>> ||'''ResultSet.getObject(String,Class)'''||Mandatory
new method. Behaves like getObject(int,Class).||The work done for getObject(int,Class) should
apply here.||Small||Rick||

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