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Do Oracle databases use Java internally?

My question is fairly simple. Is Java used internally by Oracle in their DBMSs?
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MySQL Commited data not seen to select query

Context: The framework used is Spring and all queries are run with JdbcTemplate. Mysql Server version is 5.6.19. The table is an InnoDB table and defaults like auto commit and isolation level ...
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Oracle 11g: performance improvements of inserts

I have a table of 500 millions of rows (and growing) I did the following to improve performance of inserts: On database side: dropped all indexes and constraints disabled logging On application ...
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How to view contents of table in mysql-workbench

Hi everyone am fairly new to mysql, I made a java program that stores data in mysql database. I am using this tool called mysql-workbench that can create databases, tables and much more. What I wanted ...
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Bulk database update/insert from CSV file

I am implementing application specific data import feature from one database to another. I have a CSV file containing say 10000 rows. These rows need to be inserted/updated into database. There ...
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Insert Speeds for large batches

In my application, my INSERTs seem to be taking a major chunk of the time. I have a large number of objects in memory (~40-50,000) which i want to insert into a table. Lets take a sample table ...
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Postgresql 9 speeding up indexed inserts (JPA)

I have an application which generates a lot of data which needs to be inserted quickly (something around 13million records). I use JPA 2.0/Hibernate with Postgres 9.1, and I managed to achieve quite a ...
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duplicate key violates unique constraint when using multi-threading

I am using ExecutorService with a fixed thread pool of 50, and a fixed database connection pool of 50, using HikariCP. Each worker thread processes a packet (a "report"), checks if it is valid (where ...
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Postgresql JDBC Table Valued Parameters [closed]

MSSQL has a great feature called Table Valued Parameters. It allows you to pass a table of a custom data to stored procedures and functions. I was wondering what is the equivalent in PostgreSQL, if ...
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Query for fetching records from SQLite database on Blackberry

I want to fetch data from SQLite database for Blackberry. There is one table with four columns: ID, FROM, TO, TIME I want to fetch record on the basis of FROM, and TO values. Where condition 1: ...
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Table was not locked with LOCK TABLES when recreating an index

I have a weird problem when recreating the index. This is what happens. This is done through JDBC, in Java btw. A table 'stuff' is truncated by a process. The application is reinitalizing a cycle ...
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how to use “mysqld -O thread_stack=#”

I keep getting this error whether I run my query from the terminal or from within Java. Anyone has some instructions how to resolve this? Thread stack overrun: 5768 bytes used of a 131072 byte ...
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How to separate out individual sql statements from Oracle SQL script for execution from java code

I have Oracle DB 11g Enterprise Edition and I want to execute sql script from my java code. I am reading this sql script from a .sql file and the script contains statements such as create table, ...
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Performance difference between searching table with 350 columns and searching table with 25 columns

I am currently doing some hibernate performance test. My requirement is to search for data in a particular column of a table containing 8 million rows and 350 columns. Currently, I don't have the ...
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What does the bit data type map to in a Java Domain Object

When you have a column of the bit data type what Class would be used to represent that in a Java POJO mapping that table to an object which is using javax.persistence annotations? I tried Boolean, ...
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Can I use a Clob as a table key (from Java)?

Following a suggestion made to another question to store large amounts of text: can one use a CLOB as primary key field (i.e., from Java's DataNucleus implementation of JDO)? I know it is probably a ...
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Database-agnostic stored procedure call passing array of name/value pairs

Background Looking to pass a set of name/value pairs into a stored procedure in a database-agnostic way, using JDBC. A database structure is defined as follows: CREATE TYPE array_parameters AS ( ...
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at least one member of a list within another list when querying over a join

assume the current layout in a Mysql datbase Activity (id,etc) [id is primary key] AcitivityMapper (activityID, targetYearID) [composite key] Years (targetYearID, targetYearName) [id primary key, ...
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Return ResultSet with column names from postgresql Stored procedures

I have the following postgresql Function: CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION readMessage(messageFor INT, qid INT = NULL, ctxt INT = NULL, messageFrom INT = NULL, byTimeStamp BOOLEAN = FALSE) RETURNS SETOF ...
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Replicate or Call java encryption function in Oracle pl/sql

I am trying to replicate encryption/decryption method present in java in Oracle DB, so that data encrypted in java can be decrypted through Oracle Function. Below is java code: package com.encr; ...
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how to insert multiple columns(around 40) into my sql database using java

i have a program to read the content of an excel file to my-sql db. i have 40 columns in excel and i created a table of 40 fields. and i want to import the data from excel into corresponding table ...
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Sorting Table and get Position of row

I have a Table with 3 rows. Player, Time, Server. Now, I want 2 things and I don't know how. For Server there are 3 worths available. 1, 2 and 3. Server and Player are a Primary Key together. User ...
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SpringData MongoDB - infinite getmore on mongo logs

Doing 2 queries on MongoDB through Spring Data on around 160 000 rows, query 1 is executed in few seconds (about 20 results) but query 2 never finish. I'm getting this line over and over on mongodb ...
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java.sql.SQLException: Login failed for user 'sa'

I am having trouble connecting to my SQL Server database through a jtds connection: Connection conn = DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:jtds:sqlserver://localhost:1433/MnA;instance=SQLEXPRESS", ...
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Derby slows down after 1.2 million records

I'm using a Derby database, mass insertions slow down to 1/4 to 1/6 the speed once there are 1.2 million records (about 6 GB database size, one major table, other tables are tiny). Is that normal? Is ...
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Connection Reset by Peer Socket Write Error - How to solve in SQL Server?

We have a vendor working on Java (JDBC) application saying they are getting the error "Connection Reset by Peer: Socket Write Error". They are insisting that the SQL Server (SQL Server 2012) is ...
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What are possible causes for consistently volatile INSERT performance in MySQL tables?

I have a Java program running on a VM that is sequentially feeding a queue of single row INSERTs through a single connection to a MySQL server on the same VM. The queue execution is not artificially ...
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Syntax error using preparedstatements with postgresql

I have a Java application connecting to a PostgreSQL database. Using straightforward code like: ps = con.prepareStatement(sql); if (dataTypes != null && dataTypes.size() ...
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Oracle 11. Updating BLOB field. Db file sequential read inappropriately slow?

I've and Oracle (11 Enterprise) schema with a table CREATE TABLE USER.WSP_BUNDLE ( NODE_ID RAW(16) NOT NULL, BUNDLE_DATA BLOB NOT NULL ); CREATE UNIQUE INDEX USER.WSP_BUNDLE_IDX ...
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Add function parameter to SQL query WHERE clause

I have a web application in java and it uses a query. I don't want to write the query into Java, so I made a function: CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION testFunc(inputs text) RETURNS TABLE(...) AS $$ ...
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Is there any way to retrieve “Messages” in SQL Server through JDBC?

By "Messages" I mean the Messages tab in the following figure, which includes "Warning", "n rows affected" and in the figure below, the execution time. In JDBC, ResultSet class is used to retrieve the ...
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Error calling stored procedure from trigger in Oracle Database 11g

I'm trying to create a trigger that calls some Java code whenever a table is inserted/updated. I'm aware of possible performance issues, I don't need advice that I should not do this; I just need to ...
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How to migrate from MySql to HSQLDB?

I have large amount of data in a MySQL database. There are many databases schemas in the database. How I can migrate from MySQL to HSQLDB? Is there some tool for this? I've exported the data ...
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Pros and cons of a particular DB design approach for single vs multiple tables

I just got a new project (in JAVA) where I am thinking of all the pros and cons of a particular DB design approach. Some pointers: Our app has many "content" entities like News, Blogs, CMS pages, ...
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Oracle XE 11g (ORA-12514: TNS:listener does not currently know of service requested in connect descriptor )

I have already seen the questioned in the stack overflow that might relate to my problem but let me emphasize that none of them could resolve my issue. issue is: when I wanted to integrate OWASP ...
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How can I execute a PL/SQL procedure for Oracle via JDBC?

I have a Java webapp with an Oracle DB, and I try to execute this statement at the end of a data migration script: EXEC DBMS_STATS.GATHER_TABLE_STATS (ownname => 'MY_SCHEMA', tabname => ...
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Derby/SQL - How to increase performance when left joining and retrieving varchar columns

Through trial and error I found that if I do a left join such as: SELECT firsttable.id, secondtable.id, secondtable.varcharColumn FROM firsttable LEFT JOIN secondtable ON ...
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JDBC prepared statement - make a token null

So, I have an insert statement in a Java program I'm writing. Under some conditions, I want it to insert some values as null. However, before I can execute the statement, I have to set all of the ...
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SQL Server 2012 CPU usage spikes to 100%

I am using SQL Server 2014 in AWS and the AWS image configuration is 4 cores and 16GB RAM(m3.xlarge). I am running the following simple query, SELECT * FROM user_table WHERE user_id = '10' ...
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Are there any special characters that are never allowed in SQL?

I am a Java programmer. We always make database-related things configurable so that they can be easily modified by the DB team as per their requirements. I want to make some queries as configurable, ...
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How does Sybase store datatime information?

We have a Sybase database that currently stores datetime values in some of the tables. If we move that server with the Sybase database to another country which is in another time zone, will the ...
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Exploring and optimizing SQL performance of your system (PostgreSQL and Hibernate)?

Imagine you have inherited some project with extensive usage of SQL queries. Let us assume that Hibernate is used as ORM and PostgreSQL as database, but thats not the point. A question is: could ...
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Convert the IP Address range to two BIGINT for faster lookup

I am working on a project in which we need to do IP Address lookups. So for this we have got the datasets which will look like below and now the next steps is to populate this datasets in to the MySql ...
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Command line switch to disable Coherence?

We have a Java app that happens to have the coherence jar in the path. My application doesn't need it, so I'd like to pass some type of -D variable to the JVM to tell it to ignore coherence, or ...
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Preloading a Java library in DB2, similar to ORACLE's loadjava

Edit to add details to clarify, based on Chris' comment: A Java stored procedure depends on external libraries. Locally it compiles successfully, since they are added to the classpath. But when ...
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MySQL not returning successful results on statement - query looks like it's hanging but is successful

So we have a script(s) that runs in succession. Randomly this task would halt/freeze and error out simply because it did not see a returned response from the MySQL server saying the statement ran ...
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Unable to connect to MySQL cluster database

I am unable to connect to mysql cluster database after starting my management node, data node, mysql node. I made the necessary changes by adding the loadbalance in the dbURL. But I am not able to ...
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The Database Session is automatically Getting Killed

I am running a java program which connects to the oracle db and retrieves some information. The program contains 12 threads, each thread interns execute sql select commands with multiple join ...
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JDBC - maximum allowable cursors - how do I see my open statements?

I've got some resource leaking and I'm trying to find what's causing them. I think I have some statements or resultsets that aren't being closed properly. Is there any way to see all of the cursors ...
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Causing ORA errors in a program using JDBC. How can I find what's causing them?

So I'm building a java app to interface with the company's database. Whenever it causes an ORA error, it just prints something like the following to system output: ORA-00911: invalid character Is ...