OK, I added Connection.setAutoCommit(false)
and now I do not get the exception - that is a major step forward.
But it looks like I am getting an empty ResultSet.
That is probably a database problem.
I will look into that.
Thanks for the assist.
I will repost on this thread if I still have problems.
> Sorry about that, I missed your comment:
> To cursors (without hold) disappear at transaction end. You need to
> ensure you have done Connection.setAutoCommit(false) or else the cursor
> will disappear before you can fetch from it.
> So, you saying that when I create my original database connection,
> I need to set Connection.setAutoCommit(false)
> I have not seen that in any of the examples/tutorials I have looked at.
> I would expect that to have an effect on updating the database, not
> fetching from the database.
> How will that affect other stored procedure fetches?
> Kris Jurka wrote:
>> On Thu, 25 Sep 2008, burferd wrote:
>>> Thanks for the fast feedback, but changing the type to OTHER does not
>>> resolve the problem, I still get the same error.
>> That was just mentioned in passing for future compatibility, not the real
>> problem. As I stated before the real issue is your autocommit setting.
>> Kris Jurka
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