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From Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
Subject Re: [OT] JDBC problem: PreparedStatement.setTimestamp function ignores milliseconds in TOMCAT + ddbb Oracle
Date Tue, 07 Aug 2007 13:55:16 GMT
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Jose,

I marked this as off-topic because it doesn't have anything to do with
Tomcat. Tomcat doesn't do anything to your SQL queries, etc. See below.

Jose Gargallo wrote:
> I have a J2EE application that runs in Oracle and Postgres databases
> and OC4J and Tomcat servers. I've got a problem using the
> PreparedStatement.setTimestamp function runing TOMCAT 5.5 + Oracle 9i
> becouse it ignores the milliseconds. It works fine runing in OC4J
> 10.1.3 and Oracle 9i. ┬┐Why?

Can you post your code that calls PreparedStatement.setTimestmp? Include
the declarations of any Date objects and anytime you assign the
reference or modify the object itself.

- -chris

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