> Because in the postgresql documentation you can find the following page:
> There you can see all ERROR CODES!
Those codes are actually SQLSTATEs.
> So why is there a method getErrorCode(),
It's defined by the JDBC spec, we don't have any choice about whether it
is there or not.
> if the only thing it does
> is to return zero?
Back to my original question: what are you expecting it to return? It
can't return a SQLSTATE because it returns an int and SQLSTATE is
alphanumeric. We don't have any other useful error code. So we just
return 0 because we have to return *something*.
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