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Subject [Db-derby Wiki] Update of "JdbcFourOne" by RichardHillegas
Date Wed, 26 Jan 2011 18:47:42 GMT
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The "JdbcFourOne" page has been changed by RichardHillegas.
http://wiki.apache.org/db-derby/JdbcFourOne?action=diff&rev1=31&rev2=32

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  || <<Icon(checkmark.png)>> ||'''!CallableStatement.getObject(int,Class)'''||Optional
new method. Retrieves an OUT or INOUT parameter as the desired class type.||Add to JDBC 4
implementation (requires generics).||Medium||Rick||
  || <<Icon(checkmark.png)>> ||'''!CallableStatement.getObject(String,Class)'''||Optional
new method. See getObject(int,Class).||Add to JDBC 4 implementation (requires generics).||Small||Rick||
  || <<Icon(checkmark.png)>> ||'''Connection.abort(Executor)'''||Mandatory new
method. Closes the Connection and lets the Executor release resources lazily.||Add to JDBC
4 implementation (requires java.util.concurrent.Executor interface which was introduced in
Java 5).||Medium||Rick||
- || <<Icon(angry.png)>> ||'''Connection.getNetworkTimeout()'''||Optional new
method.||Throw SQLFeatureNotSupportedException.||Small||Rick||
+ || <<Icon(checkmark.png)>> ||'''Connection.getNetworkTimeout()'''||Optional
new method.||Throw SQLFeatureNotSupportedException.||Small||Rick||
  || <<Icon(checkmark.png)>> ||'''Connection.getTypeMap()'''||Spec clarification.||No
action needed.||None||-||
  || <<Icon(checkmark.png)>> ||'''Connection.getSchema()'''||Mandatory new method.
Gets the name of the session's schema.||Add to JSR 169 implementation.||Small||Rick||
- || <<Icon(angry.png)>> ||'''Connection.setNetworkTimeout(Executor)'''||Optional
new method. Sets the client timeout.||Throw SQLFeatureNotSupportedException.||Small||Rick||
+ || <<Icon(checkmark.png)>> ||'''Connection.setNetworkTimeout(Executor)'''||Optional
new method. Sets the client timeout.||Throw SQLFeatureNotSupportedException.||Small||Rick||
  || <<Icon(checkmark.png)>> ||'''Connection.setSchema(String)'''||Mandatory new
method. Sets the name of the session's schema.||Add to JSR 169 implementation.||Small||Rick||
  || <<Icon(checkmark.png)>> ||'''Connection.setTypeMap(Map)'''||Spec clarification.||No
action needed.||None||-||
  || <<Icon(angry.png)>> ||'''DBMD.generatedKeyAlwaysReturned()'''||Mandatory
new method. Reports whether Statement.getGeneratedKeys() always returns a ResultSet even after
Statement.execute(String query, String[] columnNames) is called with columnNames that are
not identity columns.||Embedded Derby throws an exception if you call execute(String,String[])
with columnNames that are not identity columns, so the return value of getGeneracase, getGeneratedKeys()
returns a ResultSet with generated values. Note that Derby only allows you to define one identity
column per table. Because of the network behavior, I think that DBMD.generatedKeyAlwaysReturned()
should return true.||Small||-||

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