I cannot see the highlighted line and the code is a bit hard to read.

My initial guess would be that you for some reason actually pass in a null
value to stmt.setString(...) causing it to complain.

If the reason the stack trace is truncated is because you have copied it
from QPRINT, you may want to tell System.out and System.err to wrap their
output, or use log4j/logback/etc to log to a file.

-----Original Message-----
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On Behalf Of Matt Pryor
Sent: 31. januar 2014 18:14
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Subject: Strange JDBC issue


This seems to be happening intermittently, and once it happens it happens
repeatedly until the JVM is restarted - suggests not a data issue?

Stacktrace (unfortunately truncated to the right):




Here is the Java code:

String sql = (
"UPDATE "+lib+".RTGI SET RIRT=?, RIDRV=?, RITL=?, RIX7=? where TELEX = " +
"(select min(telex) from "+lib+".RTGIR where RIURG=? and (RISPR3='' or
RISPR3 is null) and (RIRT is null or RIRT='' or
(RIX7='Cld"+MessageStatus.RETRYING.getCode()+"' and
RIRT='"+MessageStatus.RETRYING.getCode()+"')) "+ whereClause+")"); stmt =
StatementManager.prepareStatement(conn, sql); for (int xPriority=0;
xPriority < DriverConfig.getDriverConfig().getMinimumPriority()+1;
xPriority++) { stmt.setString (1,
stmt.setString (2, CloudQ.getDriverId()); stmt.setString (3,
ritsFormat.format(checkingTime)); stmt.setString (4,
stmt.setInt (5, xPriority);
int records = stmt.executeUpdate();
if (records == 1) {

Highlighted line is the one that breaks - but this is a constant so can't be

Any thoughts?

Many thanks for any input and hope you all have a great weekend.

Matt Pryor

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