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Using Oracle thin JDBC driver with Visual Age 4?

 
Mr Sason
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Hi,
I'm trying to run my Websphere Test Environment (Visual Age for Java 4) with an Oracle 9i database using the provided Oracle JDBC thin driver. Everything works fine to begin with (I can create new beans etc), but when I try to update fields in my beans using the setter methods an error occurs; "ORA-01002 - fetch out of sequence".
As I understand it, this is a result of the JDBC driver using autocommit = true as default? If this is the case, how do I avoid the problem – i.e. is there a way to make Websphere Test Environment disable autocommit?
 
Jamie Robertson
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after you create your connection call con.setAutoCommit(false);
If you haven't already done so, any DML statements/transactions will need to have a con.commit(); or con.rollback();
Jamie
 
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