The error stack you had in your original email indicates you are running a 7.2development version of the driver. Since QueryExecutor didn't exist in 7.1. (Sorry I didn't explain how I came up with the conclusion you were running 7.2development code).
>>at org.postgresql.core.QueryExecutor.execute(QueryExecutor.java:88) >>at org.postgresql.Connection.ExecSQL(Connection.java:356) Where did you get the drivers you are running. I just verified that the 7.1 drivers off of jdbc.postgresql.org do not contain this class. thanks, --Barry [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: > > Dear Barry, > > >>The problem is that you are using current development code with >>instructions that are written for 7.1. >> > > I'm a bit confused with your response, if you check the postgres > documentation, these intructions have been there for a long time. I'm > looking 7.1.3 and the documentation for Large Ojects is the same as many > previous versions. What exactly am I using that is "current development > code"? > > >>You can either get the 7.1 jdbc drivers which should work according to >>the documentation you are using, or you can use the 'compatible' >>parameter to set the behavior in the 7.2 driver back to what it was in 7.1. >> > > Throw me a bone here, the driver I'm using is from jdbc7.1-1.3.jar, is > this a 7.2 driver? If so, how do I go about setting the 'compatible' > parameter. Just a line or two of code would be nice. I don't care if I > have the latest and greatest driver, as long as I can get it to work. > > >>I haven't yet updated the docs for the changes put in place in the 7.2 code. >> > > Understandable, but I'm not sure where 7.2 came into the picture. > > regards, > > Andrew > > ---------------------------(end of broadcast)--------------------------- TIP 2: you can get off all lists at once with the unregister command (send "unregister YourEmailAddressHere" to [EMAIL PROTECTED])