Connection Object Methods

Object Methods JDBC Version Introduced i-net AUGURO i-net SERO i-net SEROPTO i-net ORANXO Comment
void clearWarnings() 1.0 Yes Yes Yes Yes  
void close() 1.0 Yes Yes Yes Yes  
void commit() 1.0 Yes Yes Yes Yes  
Statement createStatement() 1.0 Yes Yes Yes Yes  
Statement createStatement( int, int ) 2.0 Core Yes Yes Yes  
Statement createStatement( int, int, int ) 3.0 last parameter ignored
boolean getAutoCommit() 1.0 Yes Yes Yes Yes  
String getCatalog() 1.0 Yes Yes Yes Yes  
int getHoldability() 3.0 Yes  
DatabaseMetaData getMetaData() 1.0 Yes Yes Yes Yes  
int getTransactionIsolation() 1.0 Yes Yes Yes Yes  
Map getTypeMap() 2.0 Core Yes Yes Yes  
SQLWarning getWarnings() 1.0 Yes Yes Yes Yes  
boolean isClosed() 1.0 Yes Yes Yes Yes  
boolean isReadOnly() 1.0 Yes Yes Yes Yes  
String nativeSQL( String ) 1.0 Yes Yes Yes Yes  
CallableStatement prepareCall( String ) 1.0 Yes Yes Yes Yes  
CallableStatement prepareCall( String, int, int ) 2.0 Core Yes Yes Yes  
CallableStatement prepareCall( String, int, int, int ) 3.0 last parameter ignored
PreparedStatement prepareStatement( String ) 1.0 Yes Yes Yes Yes  
PreparedStatement prepareStatement( String, int, int ) 2.0 Core Yes Yes Yes  
PreparedStatement prepareStatement( String, int, int, int ) 3.0 last parameter ignored
PreparedStatement prepareStatement( String, int ) 3.0 Yes  
PreparedStatement prepareStatement( String, int[] ) 3.0 Yes  
PreparedStatement prepareStatement( String, String[] ) 3.0 Yes  
void releaseSavepoint( Savepoint ) 3.0 not supported1)
void rollback() 1.0 Yes Yes Yes Yes  
void rollback( Savepoint ) 3.0 Yes  
void setAutoCommit( boolean ) 1.0 Yes Yes Yes Yes  
void setCatalog( String ) 1.0 not supported2)
void setHoldability( int ) 3.0 not supported3)
void setReadOnly( boolean ) 1.0 not supported4)
Savepoint setSavepoint() 3.0 Yes  
Savepoint setSavepoint( String ) 3.0 Yes  
void setTransactionIsolation( int ) 1.0 Yes Yes Yes Yes  
void setTypeMap( Map ) 2.0 Core not supported5)
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Unsupported means here that the call will be ignored if the driver property “reportUnsupportedMethods” is not set or set to “false” and a SQLException will be thrown if the driver property “reportUnsupportedMethods” is set to “true”
 

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