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Error writing data to client-side row cache

 
Karup Mew
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Hi All,
When I am trying to read store procedure from MY Sql throws the following Exception.

java.sql.SQLException: [synaptris][MySQL JDBC Driver]Error writing data to client-side row cache. Verify that the directory specified by the java.io.tmpdir property exists and the current user has permission to read from and write to that directory.
at syn.jdbc.base.BaseStatement.postProcessExceptionFromCommonExecute(Unknown Source)
at syn.jdbc.base.BaseStatement.commonGetNextResultSet(Unknown Source)
at syn.jdbc.base.BaseStatement.executeQueryInternal(Unknown Source)
at syn.jdbc.base.BaseStatement.executeDatabaseMetaDataQuery(Unknown Source)
at syn.jdbc.base.BaseDatabaseMetaData.getProcedureColumns(Unknown Source)
at com.intelliview.bl.components.StoredProcedure.getInputParams4mMetaData(StoredProcedure.java:273)

 
Sagar Rohankar
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Verify that the directory specified by the java.io.tmpdir property exists and the current user has permission to read from and write to that directory.

Are you setting any property like "java.io.tmpdir", if not, then check the synaptris API docs.

PS:I never heard any API named JDBC API "synaptris"
 
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Yes, we are setting TMPDIR property in startup.bat file and also I am able to read some stored procedure
 
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Then may be the problem is with SP, that's my guess !
 
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