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As far as I know the reason for this is that Oracle does not have an identity type, so it doesn’t actually know which field is the generated key. Post as a guest Name. I download another jdbc driver ojdbc First step is to get the correct driver oracle.jdbc.drjver.
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Dont know whether this issue is resoled or not but i faced same issue and it got resolved by replacing Integer with int in entity class in your case it is Client class. Learn from thousands of community experts Get answers to your technical questions Share your knowledge with peers 1, I think you are wasting time here.
And then post an exception from that including the stack trace. Ali Bassam 5, 17 53 Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Please enter a title. You can not post a blank message.
ROWID is a class. T4CRowidAccessor [java] at oracle. Like Mark suggested, I just faced the same problem and found the solution: And then return that key in exactly the format you want.
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It contains the rowid, which is a special pseudocolumn defined by Oracle. The problem is that you think the first column of getGeneratedKeys contains the value of the CID column of the inserted row, but it doesn’t.
See if getRowId works instead.