I'm still here. At this point, I have found a total of three problems
using the CachedRowSet with Postgres. The first was the issue with the
"Invalid column display size" exception. The other two seemed less
related to the JDBC driver, but I will post more detailed descriptions
to everyone outside of the mailing list.
From: Kris Jurka [mailto:books(at)ejurka(dot)com]
Sent: Thursday, February 10, 2005 10:25 AM
To: Amit Handa
Cc: Nebojsa Vasiljevic; pgsql-jdbc(at)postgresql(dot)org; Kevin MacClay; Brian
Subject: Re: [JDBC] SQLException: Invalid precision value. Cannot be
less than zero
On Thu, 10 Feb 2005, Amit Handa wrote:
> Also, Can you give me the stack trace of the exception ?
> I just want to confirm the try catch block I put is at the right place
> (i.e. exception will be caught in CachedRowSetImpl.java), and works
> with you guys.
See the original message here:
> Further I am going to file a bug with our bug tracking system and get
> some feedback internally, so that I keep things black and white. You
> can view it over the web later as well.
> I was trying to help him with this and some other problems but never
> heard back, though I am also slow at times to get back to him because
> of other commitments.
Well please raise any other problems you have here on this list and
try and help you out.
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