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jdbc driver: Why it isn't jdbcCompliant?

From: Janossy Gergely <gjano(at)freemail(dot)hu>
To: pgsql-interfaces(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: jdbc driver: Why it isn't jdbcCompliant?
Date: 2000-05-26 23:26:31
Message-ID: 00052701341103.02227@azul (view raw or flat)
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Hi! 

I'm using Sun JDK 1.2.2 and tried to use the pgsql interface with postgresql
6.x and 7.0 as well. I couldn't use any of the interfaces because
the method Driver.jdbcCompliant() is always false. Even with mysql driver.
I used a little test program:

    if (evt.getSource()==registerButton) {
       try {
           Driver d=(Driver)Class.forName(driver.getText()).newInstance();
           kiir("Registered driver: "+driver.getText());
           kiir("Verzio: "+d.getMajorVersion()+"."+d.getMinorVersion());
           String s;
           if (!d.jdbcCompliant()) s=" not ";
           else s=" ";
           kiir("This driver is "+s+"JDBC-compliant");
       } catch (Exception e) {
         hiba("Registration failed", e);
       }


where driver.Gettext is the path of the postgres driver (org.postgres.Driver
i think.)

Thanx for your help

Greg.

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