The following bug has been logged online:
Bug reference: 1561
Logged by: Ingolf Knopf
Email address: iknopf(at)csc-dd(dot)de
PostgreSQL version: 8.0.1
Operating system: JDBC
Description: wrong detection of number of parameters in
"java.sql.PreparedStatement.executeUpdate()" throws "java.sql.SQLException",
if the prepared sql-string contains '?' within a C-like comment.
where /*relowner = ? and*/
relname = ?
In this case, the java.sql.PreparedStatement of PostgreSQL requires two
parameters, but I have only one.
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