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From "Jean T. Anderson (JIRA)" <derby-...@db.apache.org>
Subject [jira] Commented: (DERBY-1566) Document SQLStates in 10.2
Date Mon, 11 Sep 2006 18:06:23 GMT
    [ http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/DERBY-1566?page=comments#action_12433914 ] 
Jean T. Anderson commented on DERBY-1566:

Thanks for doing this, Laura. I hope the pain of 60+ replacements is preferable to inserting
170 new messages manually. :-) 

I think it's fine to put '<value>' where you aren't sure. The best opportunity to providing
real names is with Andrew's properties approach, which will be post-10.2. And post-10.2 is
also the best time to fine tune the grammar, etc. in messages.

It looks like the 10.1 variable names were brought forward, so I focused on the 170 new messages
and assembled a list below. I guessed a few, so would appreciate it if others would check
my suggested replacement.

=== 01J08 ===
"Unable to open resultSet type <datatypeName>.  ResultSet type <datatypeName>

Change '<datatypeName>' to '<resultSetType>' (possible values include TYPE_FORWARD_ONLY

=== 08001 ===
"<value> : Error connecting to server <serverName> on port <portNumber>
with message <messageText>."
"SocketException: '<value>'"
"Unable to open stream on socket: '<value>'."

Change '<value>' to '<error>'.

=== 28508 ===
"User '<authorizationID>' does not have <permissionType> permission on column
'<2>' of table '<schemaNamet>'.'<tableName>'."

Change '<2>' to '<columnName>' and '<schemaNamet>' to '<schemaName>'.

=== 28509 ===
"User '<authorizationID>' does not have <1> permission on column '<2>' of
table '<schemaNamet>'.'<tableName>' for grant."

Change '<1>' to 'permissionType', '<2>' to '<columnName>', and '<schemaNamet>'
to '<schemaName>'.

=== 2850A, 2850B, 2850C, 2850D, 2850E ===
Change "schemaNamet" to "schemaName" in all these messages.

=== 58009 ===
"SocketException: '<value>'"

Change '<value>' to '<error>'.

=== 58014, 58105, 58106, 58017 ===
Each message has a parameter that looks like this:


Change all these to <value> unless somebody suggests a good replacement.
--The 0x suggests hex codes to me.

=== XJ091 ===
"Invalid argument: parameter index <indexName> is not an OUT or INOUT parameter."

Change '<indexName>' to '<indexNum>'. In other words, I think the message will
look something like this: "parameter index 3 is not an OUT or INOUT parameter".

=== XJ113 ===
"Unable to open file <fileName> : <value>"

Change '<value>' to '<error>'

=== XSDAL ===
"Record handle <0value> unexpectedly points to overflow page."

Change '<0value>' to '<value>'.

=== XSRSC ===
"Cannot backup the database to <value>, it is a database directory."

Change '<value>' to '<directory location>'.

> Document SQLStates in 10.2
> --------------------------
>                 Key: DERBY-1566
>                 URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/DERBY-1566
>             Project: Derby
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: Documentation
>    Affects Versions:
>            Reporter: Rick Hillegas
>         Assigned To: Jean T. Anderson
>             Fix For:
>         Attachments: code-4.diff, derby-1566-1.diff, derby-1566-2.diff, derby-1566-3.diff,
derby-1566-generatorDavidJeanJohnRick.diff, derby1566_DOCS1.diff, ErrorMessageGenerator.david.diffs,
ErrorMessageGenerator.david.diffs2, ErrorMessageGenerator.david.diffs3, ErrorMessageGenerator.david.java,
ErrorMessageGenerator.java, ErrorMessageGenerator_davidv3_john.diff, newmsgs-10.2.txt, rrefexcept-2.html,
rrefexcept-3.html, rrefexcept-4.dita, rrefexcept-4.html, rrefexcept71493.html, rrefexcept71493_DOCS1.html
> We need to update the Reference Guide to document the current list of SQLStates. This
list goes into
> Reference Guide
>   Derby exception messages and SQL states
>     SQLState and error message reference
> The tool mentioned in DERBY-296 may be useful.

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