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JDBC Problem Part III (SQL error?)


I tried to add a column to a working JDBC request. I received an error that predicated, that the column does not exist:

<i>Error when executing statement for table/stored proc. 'dbo.myTable' (structure 'STATEMENT'): java.sql.SQLException: FATAL ERROR: Column 'softwareSubID' does not exist in table 'dbo.myTable'</i>

But I checked the the table and the column exists and is also correct written (case sensitiv).

The column type is smallint, but it works also with another column of this type. I tested the field with the tool "SQL Query Analyser" with this statement:

<i>Select * from dbo.myTable where softwareSubID = 1</i>

and it response correct data.

Does anyone has experience with this problem?



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    Posted on Oct 20, 2006 at 08:29 AM


    Do a dummy change in the JDBC adapter and activate that. Also do a cache refresh.



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