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From Andreas Korneliussen <Andreas.Kornelius...@Sun.COM>
Subject Re: derby and torque transaction handling
Date Thu, 06 Apr 2006 11:27:04 GMT
Glenn Marintes wrote:
> 
>>
>> You should use execute() or executeUpdate(..) when executing "CREATE 
>> TABLE.."
>>
> Yes.. I tried using execute() and executeUpdate(..) but I still have the 
> exception :(
>>>
>>> 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.
>>
> I have checked it. The .dat file that the exception is printing is not 
> existing in the directory.
> 

Ok. I looked at the source. It seems you can also get this exception if 
there is some SecurityException. Do you run with security manager ? If 
so, maybe you need to update the policy file.

Andreas


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