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From Pat Thatte <pat4...@hotmail.com>
Subject RE: error fetching BLOB and CLOB data
Date Tue, 14 Jul 2009 13:58:05 GMT

Thanks Mario. We are using a "CLI-based Type 2 JDBC Driver" which uses jdbc 2.0. 

We eliminated the driver as an issue, as I mentioned in my question, by using the same datasource
with straight SQL. We were able to successfully fetch BLOB and CLOB with straight SQL instead
of iBATIS.

Any other suggestions would be appreciated.


> Subject: Re: error fetching BLOB and CLOB data
> 
> Pat,
> 
> looks like you are using a very old version of the DB2 JDBC driver (atleast
> in the iBatis use-case u have detailed below)
>   a - which is not a type 4 JDBC driver
>   b - is a JDBC v1 driver.
> 
> The versions of DB2 i have seen, dont even ship with that JDBC driver
> anymore. However here is a link that should be describing your env and what
> u need to do - http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21081165
> 
> 
> Mario
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>              Pat Thatte                                                    
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error fetching BLOB and CLOB data   
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> 
> We have BLOBs and CLOBs in a DB2 v8 database. We use a jdbcType of 'BLOB'
> or 'CLOB' respectively in our SQL Map file and are getting an error
> 'CLI0123E SQL data type out of range. SQLSTATE=HY004'.
> 
> There was an older post about checking the driver type, but we are able to
> fetch the data with the same DataSource using straight SQL.
> 
> What else could we look at?
> 
> Thanks,
> Pat.

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