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MySQL prepareCall hangs

 
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I'm trying to prepare a CallableStatement for MySQL, and the prepareCall method hangs (using MySQL 5.0.21 and the 5.1.7 connector). If the call syntax isn't valid, it throws an exception to that effect. Also, I happened to find out that if I misspell the procedure name, it also throws an exception. But, if the call syntax is valid, as in {CALL MyProc(?, ?)} it just hangs. A web search turns up stuff that appears to have been resolved long ago, so presumably there is something else going on here. ( Other JDBC to the same database works, so I know I have a valid connection. )

Any ideas?
 
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