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Junc Characters stored in Oracle DB by Entity Bean

Nilesh Soni
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Joined: May 14, 2001
Posts: 21
To All,

I have created one CMP Bean and in that CMP bean, I have one method declaration as follows (which will be implemented by the container).

public abstract void setReturnName(String returnName);

I am calling this method from another method (which is declared and defined in the same CMP) like this.

public boolean changeData(ReturnTypeTO returnType)
{
setReturnName("Return Type");
return true;
}

Now the problem is that in the database, if i look at the value, there are some junc characters are stored (and that is also starting 3 characters only)
I have perfectly defined the field name and everything in DTD.

I am using Oracle 8.1.7.0.0
and we are using classes12.zip for database drivers.


Can somebody throw light in this case...

Thanx...
Brian Tinnel
Ranch Hand

Joined: Aug 25, 2003
Posts: 69
What kind of field are the junk characters in. If it is a CLOB, that could be a problem. I have recently been debugging a problem with my code working on Oracle 9 and it was because I was using a CLOB field. That's just a guess on my part. I really have no other idea.
 
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