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From Mike Spreitzer <mspre...@us.ibm.com>
Subject Problems with SBD tests
Date Thu, 10 Feb 2011 20:08:40 GMT
No, not a complete solution.  The Slice 3 test uses OFFSET without LIMIT. 
That is not valid syntax for MySQL, and it is not accepted by DB2 with 
MySQL compatibility turned on.

Also, the Slice 1 test now fails in a new way; following is an excerpt 
from a typescript of running with -v --log=all.   What does this "Null 
bridge" complaint mean?

 INFO [main] (SDBConnection.java:338) - execQuery

SELECT R_1.lex AS V_1_lex, R_1.datatype AS V_1_datatype, R_1.lang AS 
V_1_lang, R_1.type AS V_1_type, R_1.lex AS V_2_lex, R_1.datatype AS 
V_2_datatype, R_1.lang AS V_2_lang, R_1.type AS V_2_type
FROM
    Triples AS T_1
  LEFT OUTER JOIN
    Nodes AS R_1
  ON ( T_1.p = R_1.hash )
LIMIT 3


ERROR [main] (SDB_QC.java:64) - Null bridge

When was the last time anyone used SDB?  Does it actually work with 
anything?

Thanks,
Mike Spreitzer
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Office phone: +1-914-784-6424 (IBM T/L 863-)
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From:   Mike Spreitzer/Watson/IBM@IBMUS
To:     jena-users@incubator.apache.org
Date:   02/10/2011 02:32 PM
Subject:        Re: sdbtest uses "LIMIT"



FYI, I found a solution.  Install Fix Pack 2 or later (I am using 3a), it 
introduces a compatibility option that makes it accept LIMIT and OFFSET.

Regards,
Mike Spreitzer
SMTP: mspreitz@us.ibm.com, Lotus Notes: Mike Spreitzer/Watson/IBM
Office phone: +1-914-784-6424 (IBM T/L 863-)
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