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From "Larry Meadors" <lmead...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Problem with SCOPE_IDENTITY() with SQL Server 2005 Express
Date Tue, 24 Apr 2007 12:13:19 GMT
Is that the M$ driver? I'd try JTDS and see if it works any better.



On 4/24/07, Fearghal O Maolcatha <fearghal.omaolcatha@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm currently using Abator to generate the model, sql maps and DAOs for my
> SQL Server 2005 Express database. I have a number of tables that have
> autogenerated keys and abator is adding the following xml for each of these
> keys for the inserts in the sql mapping files:
> <selectKey keyProperty="<beanId>" resultClass="java.lang.Integer">
> </selectKey>
> However when I try to use the autogenerated 'insert()' method of the DAO, it
> does not return the generated key and the java bean passed as argument
> doesn't have it's id property updated. I've verified that a row is being
> inserted in the database the the 'insert()' method of the DAO is called but
> the <selectKey> part of the insert doesn't seem to be working. I had a look
> at previous threads and some had said that they were using the jtds jdbc
> driver so I had swiched to jtds-1.2 (I'm currently using the MS SQL Server
> 2005 JDBC driver, sqljdbc_1.1) but I still encountered the same problem. I
> can get the <selectKey> to work by replacing 'SCOPE_IDENTITY()' with
> '@@IDENTITY AS' but would prefer not to have to alter the generated xml and
> I think it is recommended not to use this as there can be problems if DB
> triggers are in use.
> I'm using JDK6, sqljdbc_1.1 as the JDBC driver, Ibatis- and SQL
> Server Express 2005.
> Any help or suggestions on how to rectify the problem would be appreciated.
> Regards,
> Fearghal.

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