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Cursors and JDBC

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I am trying to implement cursors using JDBC connector version 7.1b5
(postgresql-7.1b5.jar), but can't get it to work.

Could anybody suggest the proper way to do it, or even some source code? I
am stuck with this version and can't change it.

Thanks

Wiebe de Jong


Nov 23 '05 #1
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On Mon, 4 Oct 2004, Wiebe de Jong wrote:
I am trying to implement cursors using JDBC connector version 7.1b5
(postgresql-7.1b5.jar), but can't get it to work.


Before saying anything else, I have to tell you to get off 7.1, especially
a beta version of it.

The first JDBC driver to have cursor support was the 7.4 series. It has
been tested for backward compatibility to 7.2, but not 7.1. That said I
believe it should work against a 7.1 server. So download a 7.4 jar file
from http://jdbc.postgresql.org/download.html and see this documentation:

http://www.postgresql.org/docs/7.4/s...RY-WITH-CURSOR

Kris Jurka

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