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JDBC 2.0 UnsupportedOperationException

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I'm using JDBC and the JDBC-ODBC to do some database work with JavaBeans and
Servlets. I want to use some of the fetures of JDBC 2.0, in particular
scrollable Resultsets. However, everytime I try and do this I get the error:
The code compiles fine using IBM Visual Age 3.5.
One idea I have is that the Java library that's being used at runtime is
different to that under which the classes are compiled. Is there any way of
finding out at run time which version of Java and/or JDBC is being used?
Additional info:
IBM Visual Age 3.5 is my IDE, JRun 3.0 is my web server.
The resultset I'm trying to do this with is returned from a
CallableStatement call, which uses a SQL Server Stored Procedure.
Any help would be appreciated.
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some jdbc-odbc drivers do not fully implement all features of the jdbc 2.0 ResultSet Interface. Usually this includes scrollable resultsets. Your problem may be the driver not able to implement this feature. Try to download the latest version of your driver(and check its documentation to see that it implements this feature) or change to a different driver if you need this feature.
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