At 09:05 08.08.01 -0400, you wrote:
>Denis,
>
>Do you get this error with current binaries from
>http://jdbc.fastcrypt.com

Yes, with the latest binaries I get approximately :

EXCEPTION Quelque chose de peu commun sest produit pour faire ??chouer le
gestionnaire. Veuillez enregistrer cette exception: {0}

You can find it into : org/postgres/errors_fr.properties

With my modified/kludge version I get :

"... java.sql.SQLException: Password authentification failed for user 'test'"

Denis

>-----Original Message-----
>From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] On Behalf Of Denis Bucher
>Sent: August 8, 2001 7:44 AM
>To: Steve Wampler
>Cc: PGSQL-JDBC
>Subject: Re: [JDBC] Bug found in the driver
>
>
>At 11:07 07.08.01 -0700, you wrote:
>
>Hello !
>
> > > I agree with you. But is there someone that could find the exact
> > > place to correct it ? This would be nice... And it would spare some
> > > time in the mailling-lists, just do a google.com search at "unusual"
>
> > > and you'll see
> > ;-))
> >
> >I thought I'd take more of a look at this (because I don't want to do
> >the work I'm supposed to be doing!).  It looks for all the world to me
> >that the code is correct and that somehow MessageFormat.format() isn't
> >working properly.  This is, of course, unlikely, since I'm pretty sure
> >Sun has tested MessageFormat quite a bit!
> >
> >Do you have a simple test case I can run that will show the problem?
> >There's not much I can do without being able to reproduce the problem.
>
>It is very easy to reproduce the bug !
>
>Just change you pg_hba.conf so that the host on which you are has got no
>entry. And you'll see :
>
>Instead of saying "unusual error, please record the following exception
>: No pg_hba.conf entry for host 192.168.200.4, user postgres database
>test" (or something like that) it will say only :
>
>"unusual error, please record the following exception : {0}"
>
>Denis
>
>
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