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Hi. I have Jforum 2.1.6 installed on a solaris machine, running oracle application server 10g, and oracle database 10g.

The problem i'm having is that when I edit a post, and submit the modification, it overwrites the previous description of the post, instead of replacing it.

Eg.

I submit the following description: "I like Jforum",
Then I edit the post and submit this description: "hello".

Instead of getting "hello", on the description of the post, i get this: "helloke Jforum".

Please, if anybody has had an error like this, could you help me fix it?

I don't know if this is an application bug, or a bad configuration from me.

Thanks in advance.
[originally posted on jforum.net by ivanmagdaleno]
 
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I haven't tested JForum on Oracle. But I can't see what should cause this in JForum. Have you tested a manual override of this field with an Oracle client?

I can recommend HenPlus which also will communicate via the JDBC-driver you are using (Oracle is famous for their rotten jdbc-drivers)
[originally posted on jforum.net by lazee]
 
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I found a solution to the problem. I don't think it's the best solution but it works.
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Will this work on Oracle 9 and backwards do u think?

If so, please add this as a bug in Jira.
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We applied fixes to Oracle some months ago.. version 2.1.7 should work fine.

However, please note that all this mess is caused by the jdbc driver built by Oracle.

Rafael
[originally posted on jforum.net by Rafael Steil]
 
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