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Re: 7.1 RPM has old JDBC driver - SQL statement too long

From: Peter T Mount <peter(at)retep(dot)org(dot)uk>
To: adam(dot)rossi(at)platinumsolutions(dot)com, Adam Rossi <adam(dot)rossi(at)platinumsolutions(dot)com>
Cc: pgsql-general(at)postgresql(dot)org, pgsql-jdbc(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: 7.1 RPM has old JDBC driver - SQL statement too long
Date: 2001-04-23 15:14:03
Message-ID: 988038843.3ae446bb8d180@webmail.retep.org.uk (view raw or flat)
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Quoting Adam Rossi <adam(dot)rossi(at)platinumsolutions(dot)com>:

> I just wanted to pass this along to everyone checking out the new 7.1 
> release. The jdbc jars that are included with the current RPM's are from
> the 
> 7.0.3 release. So if you try to take advantage of the new unlimited size
> text 
> fields, you will get the familiar "SQL statement too long" error when
> you try 
> to do an insert of text greater then 8k.
> 
> To get the new 7.1 jdbc driver, the only place I have been able to find
> it is 
> in the source tarball. You have to make the jar using the instructions
> in the 
> jdbc readme. Once you get a proper make, the new jar will allow large
> text 
> inserts and selects. Finally, no more limitations!

Hopefully I'll have the precompiled .jar's online soon...

Peter

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