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JDBC -- can't create table

From: "Glenn Holmer" <gholmer(at)weycogroup(dot)com>
To: "Postgres Interface list" <pgsql-interfaces(at)postgreSQL(dot)org>
Subject: JDBC -- can't create table
Date: 1999-01-18 17:31:31
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I am running Postgres 6.3 on a Linux box (S.u.S.E. 5.3, kernel 2.0.35)
and connecting from another Linux box.  Both are running Java 1.1.7
from Blackdown.  I can connect to the remote machine and even create a 
database, but I am unable to create a table.

I've included the code as an attachment.  The exact output is as follows:


loading JDBC class "postgresql.Driver"...

connecting to jdbc:postgresql://miranda:5432/factory...

creating skid table...
ERROR:  cannot create skids


I do wind up with an empty file named "skids" on the server at
/var/lib/pgsql/data/base/factory.  I can't understand if this is just 
some simple permissions problem or something else I overlooked.  Does
anybody see anything obvious?  Is there a way to get a more detailed
error message than "cannot create skids"?  I created the database by
hand with psql as user "factory" on the server before running this 
test code.

Glenn Holmer                          gholmer(at)weycogroup(dot)com
Programmer/Analyst                       phone: 414.263.8827
Weyco Group, Inc.                          fax: 414.263.8808

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