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From Ronn <ronn...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: ClobTypeHandlerCallback For Oracle 9i
Date Wed, 25 May 2005 01:12:38 GMT

I am trying to insert clobs into Oracle 9i with Oracle 10g JDBC drivers.
The problems I'm facing are:

1) Tried using iBatis ClobTypeHandlerCallback, but encountered error
of unable to setString with > 32K

2) Override ClobTypeHandlerCallback's setParameter to remove the last line
so that I can bypass the error. It works if I am inserting 1 clob
only. If I'm inserting 2 clobs,
e.g. (key, clob1, clob2), it will work fine if the clobs are small. If
i'm inserting 2 very large clobs, the order of the clobs in the
database is reversed, i.e. it becomes (key,clob2,clob1). My fellow
developers and I have totally no idea why this actually happened.

So what I did was to do an insert for the first clob, then follow by
an update on the 2nd clob.

3) Once in a while, I am getting "io exception: software caused
connection abort: socket write error" or "No more data to read" when I
do an insertion of clob. This really kills my App. Does anyone has the
solution to this?
4) I thought the above problem may be caused by the removal of 
setter.setString((String)parameter), hence I tried the alternative of
using Spring's ClobStringTypeHandler instead. However, I got a
ClassCastException when it is parsing the SqlMap's Parameter.

Does anyone has solution for inserting clobs which are > 32K and will
not encounter the socket write error?

Is anyone using the oracle.sql.CLOB solution? Ever hit the socket
write error or no more data to read error?

I will appreciate some help here. Thanks!


>Can you use the Oracle 10g driver?


On Wed, 9 Feb 2005 17:42:45 -0000, Peter Nunn <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I've been trying (for a while now) to implement a TypeHandlerCallback that 
> can WRITE clobs under Oracle 9i. It appears that this isn't possible. If 
> anyone has a solution to this then I'd be grateful for your assistance. Up to 
> now I haven't seen a workable solution.
> So far I have tried the following:
> 1) Call setter.setString(s).
> This fails because setString(x) has an upper limit of 4K.
> 2) Call setter.setCharacterStream(reader, s.length()). i.e. use same approach 
> as 2.0.9 ClobTypeHandlerCallback implementation.
> This doesn't work either.
> 3) Attempt to work with Oracle extension, namely oracle.sql.CLOB. The 
> preferred solution.
> This isn't possible because you cannot create an instance of oracle.sql.CLOB 
> directly. You need to either:
> a) create a temporary CLOB via a call to CLOB.createTemporary(...). This 
> requires a Connection object. Since ParameterSetter doesn't expose the 
> PreparedStatement we cannot get hold of the Connection object. So this 
> approach is a non-starter. Even if we did have the connection things aren't 
> straightforward because we need an OracleConnection... which you won't have 
> if you are using a DataSource to obtain your connections.
> b) execute a SELECT statement to obtain a ResultSet then obtain the CLOB 
> instance by calling ResultSet.getClob("field"). This clearly isn't an option 
> from within a TypeHandlerCallback.
> I'd really appreciate some help here... I've hit a brick wall. As of now I've 
> come to the conclusion that iBatis cannot handle CLOBS in Oracle prior to 
> 10g. This is clearly an issue.
> So the only remaining option is to write a JDBC Dao implementation and bypass 
> SQLMAPS...any improvements upon this?
> Peter Nunn
> Senior Java Developer
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