Subject [Fwd: Re: FirebirdSQL JDBC Driver]
Author rrokytskyy

Some good news for you: escaped statements are implemented except {?
= call(....)}, {escape ...} and {fn ...} (see
Right now it works as if escaped processing is always on. However,
Statement.setEscapedProcessing(boolean) is not implemented. I will
fix this issue this week and will post a notice here when it is
finished. For now simple do not call Statement.setEscapedProcessing
(boolean). :)

Best regards,
Roman Rokytskyy

--- In Firebird-Java@y..., Eddie Bush <ekbush@s...> wrote:
> Hi - I suppose this would be a feature request :-) Rather than
try to
> explain it again, I'll let my dialogue with David speak for me. It
> been a couple of days (probably a week) since I built the driver
out of
> CVS, so if this has been commited since then, I apologize.
> Thanks!
> Eddie
> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: Re: FirebirdSQL JDBC Driver
> Date: Tue, 13 Aug 2002 00:49:48 -0400
> From: David Jencks <davidjencks@d...>
> To: Eddie Bush <ekbush@s...>
> References: <3D587EDB.30501@s...>
> I never looked at escape processing before. Could you point me to
> and how it is used in OJB?
> You are right that I don't have much time. If you could post info
> what is missing to the firebird-java@y... list it will probably
> get implemented much sooner than if I try to do it;-)
> Thanks
> david jencks
> On 2002.08.12 23:36:59 -0400 Eddie Bush wrote:
> > David,
> >
> > I only write because you posed the question: "What specific
> > functionality do you find the driver lacking?" (That's a horrid
> > mis-quote, but you get the idea). It seems, in my
experimentation, that
> > the driver still does not implement escape processing at the
> > level. I finally got back on trying to make OJB work today, and
> > one of the things I ran across. I had forgotten about having to
> > that out in one of the OJB calls until I had to do the same thing
> > another call tonight. For now, I'll just comment out the call to
> > setEscapeProcessing() in the OJB code. Are there any evil
> > of this I might be forewarned of? To be quite forthright, I'm a
> > novice database person :-) I use Firebird because I learned
> > in doing some windows programming, and I liked it.
> >
> > Sorry to bother - I would imagine you keep quite busy :-)
> >
> > Regards,
> >
> > Eddie