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From Andreas Korneliussen <Andreas.Kornelius...@Sun.COM>
Subject Re: derby and torque transaction handling
Date Thu, 06 Apr 2006 09:59:57 GMT
Glenn Marintes wrote:
> Hi Dan!
> Thanks for your quick reply.
>> Derby supports multiple connections. Other than that I'm not sure I can
>> help. Does this tutorial help?
>>   
> I will verify Derby's multiple concurrent connections support then. I 
> had got some info from one
> of my superiors telling me that Derby does not support multiple 
> concurrent Connections :(
> Its best to try it out I think.
> 
>> http://db.apache.org/derby/integrate/db_torque.html
>>   
> Yes. I had read this tutorial.
> 
> Regarding Derby, I'm having some trouble with it.
> I get an SQLException with "XSDF1" sql state when I try to 
> executeQuery("CREATE TABLE <more ...>");
> 
> Its kinda weird because the same executeQuery call works on another test 
> class. But when I run
> the real app, I always get the XSDF1 exception. Please note that I have 
> tried the execute() and executeUpdate()
> too.

You should use execute() or executeUpdate(..) when executing "CREATE 
TABLE.."

> 
> I have 1GB+ free space on the drive where Derby db is being created :(
> What are the other reasons for the XSDF1 sql state?
> 

Other reasons may be that the file exists already. If you have the stack 
trace for the exception, we could check the source to see where it was 
thrown from.

Andreas

> Thanks and more power!
> 


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