PROXY CANNOT BE CAST TO ORACLE SQL CLOB

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By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of service , privacy policy and cookie policy , and that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. This goes far beyond a custom finder. The PoolableConnection class also extends DelegatingConnection, so we can call getDelegate again and finally we have the OracleConnection object. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. So I assumed it must have been a version mismatch of ojdbc. It wasn’t until I compared the structure of the NB generated war and the Eclipse generated war that I saw the difference in structure and started to second guess my settings.

This application uses hibernate 3 for persistence. Both the GF and TC bundles are used. Stack Overflow works best with JavaScript enabled. By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of service , privacy policy and cookie policy , and that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of service , privacy policy and cookie policy , and that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. OracleCallableStatement 16e but still exception is thrown: When you call getConnection on this object, you get an instance of class org.

I also have written a servlet which uses the services in the SB portlet. I’m using Oracle version 9 with orqcle It is unfortunate that Tomcat and Glassfish don’t “act” the same in this instance. Your help has been invaluable!

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Doesn’t make a difference whether it is this particular method is a “finder” or not. I’ll likely give that a try but ccannot sure it’ll solve anything or not. Learn from thousands of community experts Get answers to your technical questions Share your knowledge with peers 1, Your recommendation to use only one instance in the global lib dir in Tomcat produces a BeanLocator has not been set error:.

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That is the issue. Do you also have a copy of ojdbc6. The plot thickens a bit because there are two goals here: The ‘trigger’ on all of this is that we are moving from using Netbeans to Eclipse and the move hasn’t been smooth for many different reasons we started with changing too many things like target server: I developed a very simple MVCPortlet using service builder that queries a mysql database returning the text of one field based on a key value in another.

I br the reference to java. It is a good solution. Any insight would be helpful. Post as a guest Name.

Both the GF and TC bundles are used. OracleCallableStatement canbot but still exception is thrown: Checking the directory I verified there was no such file.

I am using ojdbc I’ve copied the myStuff-services. Connection, and wraps the OracleConnection object. Do I have that correct? BasePersistence which has the openSession method in there. It wasn’t until I compared the structure of the NB generated war and the Eclipse generated war that I saw the difference in structure and started to second guess my settings. If I had a trace of the classes loading in GF and then one for Tomcat I could probably sort things out.

If only an OracleConnection object is allowed, the argument should be of type OracleConnection, not of type java. This is what the stack trace shows: Having two copies is no good idea. What’s the exact path? So now I think I know the cause, how to I track down what is wrong in the building of the war in Eclipse? I haven’t yet tried going to 6. The class loader in tomcat should allow you to have the same class in two projects as long as the class doesn’t get loaded from the global class loader.

I have to admit that I am still getting my feet on the ground when it comes to the framework here. Hello Gentlemen, I’ve run into a similar problem and came across your thread in seeking a resolution. When my servlet invokes a method from the SB portlet jar is it at that point that an attempt is made to locate the bean?

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At what point in the invocation of the plugin resources do you wait and how often? David suggested that I use the lectureRecordingPersistence interface which doesn’t have the method as mentioned. I noticed that class org. So my assumption jibes with your experience. DelegatingConnection, which has a getDelegate method.

You don’t have Cnanot enabled. Scratching my head at the moment. A number of steps are necessary to reach this: Is there a better solution I’m unaware of, or am I doing something wrong here?

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The portlet itself runs fine – I was only using that as a proof of concept. Correct Answers – 4 points.

I know your time is valuable. I think I am closer to understanding the issue after wrestling with it over the weekend. There has to be an explicit pool configuration setting chosen to allow that connection to be re-used, with the admin accepting the risk, and declaring that the application s making the exposing calls are written safely. Seems to me that using the services provided by a SB portlet across many other portlets would be a logical design and yet trying to get that to work has been a challenge.

The other “odd” thing here is that this code is basically unmodified from the version that was created using Netbeans. Please enter a title. But, it sounds like those ‘extra’ classes are only generated in the. BeanLocator has not been set at com.

It also get rid of a handful of errors.