Yes, you have to commit the transaction at the end
Con.commit(), or con.rollback() I think.
[mailto:pgsql-jdbc-owner(at)postgresql(dot)org] On Behalf Of Tom Lane
Sent: July 29, 2001 4:20 PM
Subject: Re: [JDBC] Large Objects
Daniel Fisher <dfisher(at)vt(dot)edu> writes:
> I'm having some trouble inserting a large object into the database.
> I'm fairly certain that the problem is in my java code because I wrote
> some quick PHP code and it worked fine. The main problem is I'm not
> getting any errors, so I'm kinda stumped. The code appears to run
> fine, but nothing is being inserted into the database.
The query trace shows that you are starting a transaction (with BEGIN)
and never committing it (no COMMIT or END). So when you close the
connection, the transaction is rolled back, and its effects go away.
I suppose that having done "conn.setAutoCommit(false)", you need to add
a command to explicitly commit the transaction, but I don't know JDBC
well enough to know how you do that...
regards, tom lane
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