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ERROR: The backend has broken the connection -- AND: FATAL: Socket command type unknown

From: Antonio Rodriguez Anaya <arodriguez(at)dia(dot)uned(dot)es>
To: pgsql-jdbc(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: ERROR: The backend has broken the connection -- AND: FATAL: Socket command type unknown
Date: 2006-01-19 14:46:33
Message-ID: 2a79240a023ca6313b0672d6b9950365@dia.uned.es (view raw or flat)
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Lists: pgsql-jdbc
Hi,

I have some problems with jdbc and postgresql 7.3.
I've developed a class java to read form file, to get interesting 
information and to store them in database. The class gets connect with 
postgrsql by jdbc (pg73jdbc3.jar) without problems. It does some 
queries (select, update, insert) but a error happens in the same point.
The error message in the java class is:

ErrorCod: 0
Message: The backend has broken the connection. Possibly the action you 
have attempted has caused it to close.
State: null


The query inserts data in the database and gets identificator by 
function.
I execute the query by psql and there isn't any problem. I check if the 
query has been executed in postgresql by java class, and yes, it has 
been executed correctly. But the data isn't got by java class.

There is a error message in postgresql:

FATAL:  Socket command type   unknown


I don't know what is happened. I've changed the query but the errors go 
on. The query is executed  in a method of the class and the error 
appear after 5 queries are executed correctly in the same method.

I need help because I don't know where is the problem.

Thanks in advanced.

Toni.
  


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