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From "Nathan Maves" <nathan.ma...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: iBATIS no longer allows me to set java.sql.Timestamp property
Date Fri, 08 Feb 2008 17:55:36 GMT
I have never found a case where using the java.util.Date for my Java object
would not work. I would suggest using that on the Java side.

On Feb 8, 2008 9:55 AM, MrNobody <tony.lozina@pepsi.com> wrote:

> I had suffered a hard drive meltdown a couple of weeks ago and had to
> restore
> a project I am working on which involves loading objects from an Oracle
> database using iBATIS.
> Now I finally got the database and the application back up and running
> (the
> database I was using to develop on was also a local instance) but when I
> run
> my project iBATIS is complaining about setting the Timestamp properties on
> my result class.
> --- Cause: java.lang.RuntimeException: Error setting property
> 'setActionDate' of 'com.pbg.roadnet.bo.WorkerAction@d8ca48'.  Cause:
> java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: argument type mismatch; nested
> exception
> is com.ibatis.common.jdbc.exception.NestedSQLException:
> --- The error occurred in com/pbg/roadnet/dao/sqlmap/WorkerAction.xml.
> --- The error occurred while applying a result map.
> --- Check the selectActionsWithinRange-AutoResultMap.
> --- The error happened while setting a property on the result object.
> the "ActionDate" property on my java object- which was restored from my
> old
> project and is 100% identical to when it ran fine before- is a
> java.sql.Timestamp field.
> So what could suddenly cause this to fail?
> I thought of two possibilities: one is that the driver I am using now is
> not
> the same (unfortunately I did not backup the driver I was using before so
> I
> just downloaded the latest Oracle 10g driver - ojdbc14.jar). I could maybe
> start trying some older drivers if you think this is the most likely
> cause.
> the second is that maybe I did not use the right column type on the
> database
> tables. See, while the database version itself is exactly the same (Oracle
> 10g Express Edition) the tables had to be rebuilt not from scripts
> matching
> my old schema but by reverse engineering them based on my sql map files
> (basically looked at what columns I was selected, their types, and created
> tables to match). So the bottom line with this is, I cant remember if I
> used
> DATE or TIMESTAMP as the Oracle column type. I am very sure though, that I
> actually used DATE, which is what I have now. But for the hell of it I
> tried
> TIMESTAMP and still iBATIS is spitting that error at me.
> Do you have any ideas what could be causing this sudden conflict?
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