I'm using JDBC4 Postgresql Driver, Version 8.4-701.
Using pgJDBC, if you call clob.truncate(0) to truncate a clob to
zero-length, you get a "org.postgresql.util.PSQLException: LOB positioning
offsets start at 1".
This is spurious -- the argument to truncate is not a position offset, its a
length. So although position offsets must start at 1, lengths can start at
I see there is a call to assertPosition(len) -- that needs to go, maybe
replace with a new assertLength(len)?
(I am not on list so please reply direct; I hope this gets through to you
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