Aaron Dunlop wrote:
> I've gotten JDBC connections from JBuilder, but only queries - no
> To get the connection to work from within the IDE (e.g. when the
> application is not actually running) you have to add the path to
> postgresql.jar to the IDEClassPath entry in JBuilder.ini
> (C:\JBuilder\bin\JBuilder.ini) on my system.
> My entry reads
I checked this: the entry for postgresql.jar is already present in
> Then you'll have to apply a patch to the Postgresql JDBC driver. I don't
> have the changes in patch form handy, but I think they came out over the
> patches mailing list recently, so you can probably get them from the
> It's just changing the default response of two functions in
> to "return 0" instead of throwing an exception.
Do you know where I can get this patch ?
The site ftp://ftp.postgresql.org has been unreachable since yesterday
evening, at least from where I reside (France). I tried to browse mirror
sites but I did not find there anything such as a jdbc patch related to
> After that, I'm still at a loss as to why the update queries I send are
> actually updated in the DB.
As for me, this will be the next step...
> Hope that helps a bit,
It does help, because I know at present (1) that it is possible to
connect the Jbuilder environment and Postgres and (2) that I am not
alone on the earth trying to do that !
Anyway, thanks for your reply.
Pierre HABRAKEN - mailto:Pierre(dot)Habraken(at)ujf-grenoble(dot)fr
Tél: 04 76 51 48 87 - Fax: 04 76 51 45 63
Université Joseph Fourier - Département Scientifique Universitaire
Adresse postale : CAFIM/DSU BP53 38041 Grenoble Cedex 9
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