When working with BLOBs and CLOBs, these sorts of errors are almost always caused by committed transactions. Since most people don't expect to need a transaction
for a select, more often than not autocommit is set to TRUE and the select commits as soon as it is executed. While this is fine for everything else, it doesn't work for BLOB/CLOB fields. A BLOB/CLOB is only valid inside a single transaction and the instant that transaction finished (commit or rollback) the BLOB/CLOB goes poof.
On Mon, Feb 15, 2010 at 2:33 AM, Dinesh Bajaj <email@example.com>
I get the above error while executing the Update statement through a java application. The error occurs when the update statement involves a Blob field. |
I have ensured that input stream being given to setBinaryStream method is not closed and the length being given is also correct.
Also, may I say that I can't find any source where I can readily find the detailed description of a Derby error and its possible causes. The reference documentation just cryptically says : "Container has been closed". Now, what can be make out of this?
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