Tom Lane-2 wrote:
> This is a server-side behavior, not JDBC's fault. It's been like that
> for ten years and is unlikely to be changed. See prior discussions,
> for instance here:
So it seems, based on this last link, that commit now returns a "ROLLBACK"
in this case. So then why doesn't JDBC throw an exception when a commit
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