In a posting to the newsgroup comp.databases.postgresql,
somebody has complained that he gets
org.postgresql.util.PSQLException: Bad value for type int : 2338491788.
when he tries to access a BLOB.
The problem is new for the poster, it used to work.
This looks like a bug in the driver to me:
In the driver source code, I see that the OID is treated as 'int',
which according to
is a 4 byte signed integer, while OIDs are 4 byte unsigned integers.
So accessing Large Objects with OID > 2147483647 as BLOB will not
work, right? I think that 'long' would be more appropriate than 'int'.
Is this problem known?
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