This is very definitely an old driver.
The best way to find this is to write a single line program
with a main and the following line.
then run java -verbose to see where it is loading the driver from.
On Wed, 2004-05-12 at 11:48, Thomas Kellerer wrote:
> Kris Jurka schrieb:
> >>I do however have a user saying that he is using latest PostgreSQL
> >>(postgresql 7.4.2 with pg74.213.jdbc3 is what he told me) and our call
> >>to setAutoCommit(false) apparently returns
> >>java.sql.SQLException: ERROR: SET AUTOCOMMIT TO OFF is no longer
> > The user is not using a 7.4 series JDBC driver. They likely have the 7.3
> > driver hidden somewhere in their classpath which is being used. This
> > error and associated stack trace are not from a 7.4 driver.
> I'm seeing the same error with the 7.4 driver and the dev driver against
> the current Win32 builds...
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