Dave Cramer wrote:
> My reference was to exactly the setQueryTimeout discussion, not a
> general discussion. As Oliver pointed out, please tell us what is not
> compliant so that we can address this.
> It is my experience that "compliant" means the way that "XYZ" does it.
> The spec is very vague in many areas so there is lots of room for
> interpretation. This makes it difficult to be compliant.
Case in point: The Javadocs for 'setQueryTimeout()' only promise that it will
throw 'SQLException' for an argument < 0 or for a query that exceeds its
timeout, not that it will not throw 'SQLException' for an argument >= 0.
Therefore one could argue that the method as implemented does comply.
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