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RE: Have you had any issues with

From: Lord David <>
Date: Fri, 9 Jul 2004 14:26:08 +0100
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We've run into a bug with the JDBC drivers. When trying to get an object from a closed CallableStatement object the JVM crashes. It should raise an error. It looks like in previous versions, you could do this even though it is not strictly allowed.


David Lord 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Loughmiller, Greg []
> Sent: 09 July 2004 13:19
> To: ''
> Subject: Have you had any issues with
> Folks,
> If you all could be so kind, could you please share any
> negative experience
> that you all have had by using 9205? Specifically, any
> bugs/issues that you
> have encountered while using So for example, Raj had
> mentioned that
> he had encountered issues with the "decode" and "cursor_sharing".
> In addition, for those who are using Oracle Apps and 9205 would be of
> special interest.
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