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Re: bug in getTime after insertRow with postgresql-8.1-404.jdbc3.jar

From: "hpb(at)htl-steyr(dot)ac(dot)at" <hpb(at)htl-steyr(dot)ac(dot)at>
To: Oliver Jowett <oliver(at)opencloud(dot)com>
Cc: "hpb(at)htl-steyr(dot)ac(dot)at" <hpb(at)htl-steyr(dot)ac(dot)at>, pgsql-jdbc(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: bug in getTime after insertRow with postgresql-8.1-404.jdbc3.jar
Date: 2006-01-06 01:50:52
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The data is inserted in the database correctly!
I was thinking about a workaround by doing another select. I didn't I 
posted in the newsgroup ;-)


Oliver Jowett schrieb:

> hpb(at)htl-steyr(dot)ac(dot)at wrote:
>> System.out.println("millisec before
>> insertRow:"+((java.sql.Time)"ist_von")).getTime());
>>; //write the actual insert row to table
>> System.out.println("millisec after
>> insertRow:"+((java.sql.Time)"ist_von")).getTime());
> Is the data actually inserted to the database correctly?
> If you re-query it via a different resultset, is it correct?
> (IIRC, insertRow() directly updates the Java-side resultset without 
> requerying the DB, which is why I ask -- I suspect there will be a bug 
> in that update code)
> -O

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