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From Thomas Fischer <tfisc...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Torque save() method doesnt work for 1 object type..but works for others
Date Sat, 15 Jul 2006 06:38:35 GMT
If Torque does not throw an exception, this means that jdbc thinks the 
changes are committed into the database. Do you do anything from the 
changes being committed (like passing a db connection to the save method 
and having set autocommit to false etc.). Or do you have any triggers in 
the database which might reset the row to its old value ?

If yo do not trust what Torque does, you can use P6spy to log the jdbc 
commands. See the wiki n how to set it up.

       Thomas


On Mon, 26 Jun 2006, bobbysojitra wrote:

>
> Hi Guys
>
> I have a torque schema with a few objects. myObject.save() works for all
> objects (i.e. writes values to the database when adding or updating) except
> 1 object.
>
> Here is the part of the schema (see below) for the object which doesnt save.
>
> I dont get an error message or anything. It seems as if it has all worked
> fine, but when I check the database, the object's values are as before.. any
> ideas? Thanks in advance.
>
> <table javaName="Step" name="steps">
>                <idMethodParameter value="id" />
>                <column javaName="id" name="id" primaryKey="true"
> required="true" type="INTEGER" autoIncrement="true"/>
>                <column javaName="taskId" name="taskId" required="true"
> type="INTEGER" default="0"/>
>                <column javaName="stepId" name="stepId" required="true"
> type="INTEGER" default="0"/>
>                <column javaName="stepName" name="stepName" required="false"
> default="" type="VARCHAR" size="255"/>
>                <column javaName="stepDescription" name="stepDescription"
> required="false" default="" type="LONGVARCHAR"/>
>                <column javaName="completed" name="completed"
> required="true" type="INTEGER" default="0" />
>                <column javaName="percentComplete" name="percentComplete"
> required="false" type="INTEGER" default="0"/>
>                <column javaName="weight" name="weight" required="false"
> type="INTEGER" default="0"/>
>                <column javaName="status" name="status" required="false"
> type="INTEGER" default="0"/>
>                <column javaName="updatedOn" name="updatedOn"
> required="true" type="BIGINT"/>
>        </table>
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