I believe MyBatis can figure. Learn from thousands of community experts Get answers to your technical questions Share your knowledge with peers 1,, You’ve been extremely helpful thank you. T4CRowidAccessor [java] at oracle. I download another jdbc driver ojdbc See if getRowId works instead. Primary key is save as number 10 in this oracle table.
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Primary key is save as number 10 in this oracle table. I download another jdbc driver ojdbc So write stored procedure that inserts the data and gets the key. On Sunday, January 15, at That’s not a normal error – that implies that you’re running incompatible versions of cass libraries.
The vlass may exist in file [C: OK, but now the question is how I can get integer value from rowID? I will try the typeHandler fix!
Below is the stack trace I highlighted what I believe to be the crucial parts of the trace. Please type your message and try again. First step is to get the implemente driver jar. Presumably you just want some generated key. I have built a test table containing every Oracle Sql Data type to make sure my api can successfully handle any vor table given to it.
If that’s the case, you should change the column type to BLOB.
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To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to [hidden email]. T4CRowidAccessor [java] at oracle. I am currently building out the API endpoint for Read with mybatis. Here is the code: T4CLongAccessor; nested exception is java.
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I will not know what data and dataTypes are being sent back. Conversion to integer failed at oracle.
This means that the driver does not supportthis feature, so get it done though some SP and use it in your Java code. Ahhhh that makes sense. The stack trace and my mapper code is below.
Go to original post. I definetly have a Long column in my test table as I’m trying to make sure my API can handle all pracle.jdbc.driver oracles datatypes even the out of date ones.
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To determine those you look at the documentation for the class.