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Hi, I am using jdbc odbc bridge to update a table in Oracle database using JDBC 2.0 specifications. When I try to insert a row using
I see that numbers are inserted in the table instead of string. The datatype for field 1 and field 2 in the table is VARCHAR2(11). Can someone help me what I am missing here...
thanks & regards ravi [ August 18, 2004: Message edited by: Ravi Tiruvaipati ]
Joined: Aug 27, 2003
!!! Update !!!
When I change my ODBC driver from Oracle ODBC driver to Microsoft ODBC Driver it works fine and I got exact string values in the database. I dont know why the same updateString() call is inserting hex numbers in the columns?