Dave Cramer wrote:
> Dave Cramer
> On Mon, Jun 18, 2012 at 2:55 PM, dmp<danap(at)ttc-cmc(dot)net> wrote:
>>> It would be of great
>>> help if somebody could just let me know whether or not fetch is possible
>>> with the custom object Array types.
>>> We have a sample code which yields no error but the OUT object array is
>>> obtained as null. Any hint on what we are missing out or any other
>>> from your team will be highly appreciated.
>>> Please find the code snippets below.
>> import java.sql.Array;
>> import java.sql.CallableStatement;
>> import java.sql.Connection;
>> import java.sql.DriverManager;
>> import java.sql.ResultSet;
>> import java.sql.SQLException;
>> import java.sql.Statement;
>> import java.sql.Types;
>> --> import com.edb.util.PGobject;
>> What is com.edb.util.PGobject? This does not appear to be the the PGobject
>> class provided from the PostgreSQL JDBC driver, org.posgresql.util.PGobject.
>> It does not appear you are using the Class.forName("org.postgresql.Driver");
> This is the EDB jdbc driver.
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After I sent this I pretty much guessed this was the Enterprise DB version
of PostgreSQL. I guess the point was that don't they have there own compiled
version of PostgreSQL and maybe the JDBC? If so then this forum might not be
the appropriate place to pose the question, since EDB, features might be different.
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