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Subject [Db-derby Wiki] Update of "JDBCSupport" by KristianWaagan
Date Thu, 11 May 2006 20:08:37 GMT
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The following page has been changed by KristianWaagan:

New page:
'''This is the first attempt of describing what JDCB functionality is lacking in Derby. The
content will need some time to evolve and stabilize. If you see errors, please provide feedback
to derby-user@db.apache.org!'''

Since JDBC is the interface Derby is meant to be used with, the aim is obviously to support
as much as possible of it.
However, Derby's JDBC implementation is not complete. As new revisions of the JDBC specification
are published, there will also be a certain delay between new specifications and the implementation
of these in Derby.

The current content does not separate between the different JDBC revisions, and the JDBC 4
revision (which is not yet generally available) is used as reference.

||<#FF0000>Not supported||Simply not supported or implemented. Consider adding a Jira
issue requesting the feature/method if you must have it! If a Jira is created, the number
will be recorded here.||
||<#FF9900>Unsupported for a reason||To group methods that are unsupported for the same
reason. Reason will be indicated in the comment field.||
||<#FFFF00>In progress||Corresponding Jira issue will be recorded for these.||

Reasons why methods are unsupported:
 A. Derby does not support named parameters for !CallableStatement.
 A. Derby does not support the datatype at all (yet).

The methods are ordered alphabetically on JDBC interface and method name.

'''NOTE: Didn't want to post very incomplete content, so I will put in on hold for a little
while. I will be busy for the next two weeks, but I hope to have the content in place by the
26th of May. This is kind of convenient, as there are several changes happening to Derby and
JDBC which affects this page :)'''


||'''JDBC interface'''||'''Method'''||'''Jira issue'''||'''Comment'''||

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