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From "David W. Van Couvering" <David.Vancouver...@Sun.COM>
Subject Re: Can we change SQL State? (was Re: [jira] Updated: (DERBY-1172) incorrect error message in updateRow() after a commit on a held scroll insensitive resultset)
Date Mon, 03 Apr 2006 18:12:31 GMT
And, yes, I think we have generally agreed it's OK to fix a bug if Derby 
is incorrect in terms of data returned or compliance with standards. 
See the Exceptions section of the ForwardCompatibility page.  Note this 
hasn't been voted on yet, but that seems to be the direction we're heading.


Andreas Korneliussen wrote:
> David W. Van Couvering wrote:
>> This is an example where we find our code throwing the wrong SQL 
>> State, but are we allowed to fix it?  Lance says yes.  Others 
>> providing support for customers say (I think) no.
>> This ties into the discussion about the stability classification for 
>> SQL States.  If we mark it as Stable, then we can't change this.  If 
>> we mark it as Unstable, then we can.
>> Comments, thoughts?
> Is there a document for Derby with error conditions and expected SQL 
> state ? If there is no such document, one cannot claim that the 
> classification for SQL state is Stable.
> In general, I do not think any interface can be marked as stable, unless 
> documented.
> Even if we do have a document of expected error conditions and expected 
> SQL state, we should be allowed to make bugfixes if the implementation 
> is incorrect w.r.t the document / specification.
> Andreas

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