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Re: [xmlblaster] XmlBlaster and Firebird - last problem
great that you managed this !
chris lau wrote:
You should set 'blobVarName' to whatever is not a reserved word and
'blob' to the name which is used for blobs in Firebird. Once you get
this right you should not get the mentioned error message.
Okay, I got my java applet working and getting the msgs passed from the
However, when I look at the status messages from the xmlBlaster window, I get these
[16-Jun-2005 10:00:32 AM ERROR XmlBlaster.SubjectEntryShuffler MsgQueueUpdateEnt
41231826000001/specialist104] incr=-1 to 'subject:/node/xmlBlaster_192_168_219_2
05_3412/client/specialist104' raised an exception: errorCode=resource.db.unknown
message=#1.0.2 An unknown error with the backend database using JDBC occurred -
.html#resource.db.unknown : org.firebirdsql.jdbc.FBSQLException: GDS Exception.
335544569. Dynamic SQL Error
SQL error code = -104
Token unknown - line 1, char 74
The error message is coming from xmlBlaster and includes the error returned from Firebird
database. Firebird is complaining about an unknown column (blob). In my properties file, I
specified that the blobvarname as something else (because blob is a reserved word in Firebird).
In any event, I don't know which java code is generating this sql statement as I would like to
know what the statement actually is.
The weird thing is that, when I look at the XB_ENTRIES table, all of the TOPIC_XML, UPDATE_REF,
and MSG_XML entries that were related to this session (specialist104) are gone... and I have
confirmed that the msgs were passed successfully.
It could be that you get the correct content because it is retreived
from the cache.
You can actually check the code. Basically all jdbc stuff related to the
queues is in the package org.xmlBlaster.util.queue.jdbc and the class is
Can anyone help?
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