On Thu, Dec 18, 2008 at 6:56 PM, Oliver Jowett <oliver(at)opencloud(dot)com> wrote:
> Jeremiah Jahn wrote:
>> I have slight problem on a postgresql-server-8.1.11-1PGDG.rhel4 db.
>> The first statement below runs fine. But the second two statements
>> return no results. When these statement are not run as prepared
>> statements they work fine. I need to run them as a prepared statement
>> because of the parameterization, but I don't want the server to cache
>> the prepared nature of the statements. These statements worked fine on
>> an old 7.3 driver. The only differendce I could see was that the driver
>> didn't prepare them.
> It's not at all clear what you are trying to do here or what exactly the
> problem you see is.
> For example, from the server logs, the driver is not using named statements
> for *any* of those queries, which seems to contradict what you're
> describing. And the queries are identical. And you haven't given any
> parameter values or any of your code to look at. So it's impossible to
> diagnose anything from that.
> If I understand you, you don't want the driver to prepare them at all, but
you want to use JDBC prepared statements.
The driver is using unnamed statements here, the prepareThreshold determines
when it will start using a named statement. You can get around this
behaviour by using protocolVersion=2 as a connection parameter.
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