3 Replies Latest reply on Apr 22, 2003 4:22 PM by Edwin Litterst

    getUnderlyingConnection

    Edwin Litterst Newbie

      Hi,

      I got a hint (from David Jencks) to use getUnderlyingConnection for using extensions from oracle to JDBC. Unfortunately I can't find any documentation how to use this (even not in the original documentation we bought).
      Where can I find out more about this feature?

      Thanks in advance,
      eddie

        • 1. Re: getUnderlyingConnection
          David Jencks Master

          Well, it will give you the database connection from the original driver. Use it as little as possible, since it won't give you the error checking and management features of the wrapped connection. Other than this, I don't know what to say about it. If you need more info, look at the source code.

          • 2. Re: getUnderlyingConnection
            Edwin Litterst Newbie

            David, I already looked into the source code and found something that could help, e.g.:
            JDBCStatementTestsConnectionSessionBean.java.
            There is an import for org.jboss.resource.adapter.jdbc.WrappedConnection, which is used later for getUnderlyingConnection.
            But WrappedConnection, is not contained in any of the jar
            files which are contained in jboss (3.0.7).
            jboss-jca.jar contains org.jboss.resource.adapter./... but no classes below.
            I assume with the example source mentioned above I could solve my problem if I would have the corresponding jar files.

            Eddie

            • 3. Re: getUnderlyingConnection
              Edwin Litterst Newbie

              Just for the case that others have the same problem: In the meantime I found out that I have to compile the sources, then an additional jar file is created which contains the necessary class(es). Now I have an exception in LocalConnection, but I'll guess I can find out why.

              Eddie