jboss websphere fix - JDBC - Oracle ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException

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Without seeing the code, the only thing I can think of is to check that each connection is being accessed in a thread safe manner. The Oracle drivers are usually pretty solid. The only time I've seen weird internal errors like that is when you've got more than one thread accessing the same connection instance and doing weird stuff with it. They aren't thread safe, and should be kept to one per thread.

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I'm getting an Exception while trying to insert a row in oracle table. I'm using ojdbc5.jar for oracle 11 this is the sql i'm trying

INSERT INTO rule_definitions(RULE_DEFINITION_SYS,rule_definition_type,

and i get following Exception. Any help will be appreciated.

java.ljava.lang.ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException: 15
at oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleSql.computeBasicInfo(OracleSql.java:950)
    at oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleSql.getSqlKind(OracleSql.java:623)
    at oracle.jdbc.driver.OraclePreparedStatement.(OraclePreparedStatement.java:1212)
    at oracle.jdbc.driver.T4CPreparedStatement.(T4CPreparedStatement.java:28)
    at oracle.jdbc.driver.T4CDriverExtension.allocatePreparedStatement(T4CDriverExtension.java:68)
    at oracle.jdbc.driver.PhysicalConnection.prepareStatement(PhysicalConnection.java:3059)
    at oracle.jdbc.driver.PhysicalConnection.prepareStatement(PhysicalConnection.java:2961)
    at oracle.jdbc.driver.PhysicalConnection.prepareStatement(PhysicalConnection.java:5874)
    at org.jboss.resource.adapter.jdbc.WrappedConnection.prepareStatement(WrappedConnection.java:232)
    at com.gehcit.platform.cds.common.util.db.DBWrapper.executeInsertOracleReturnPK(DBWrapper.java:605)

Get last insert id with Oracle 11g using JDBC

make it a function that returns it to you (instead of a procedure). Or, have a procedure with an OUT parameter.

I tried with Oracle driver v11. (since there are some bugs in 10.x and 11.1.x, see other blog). Following code works fine:

final String sql = "insert into TABLE(SOME_COL, OTHER_COL) values (?, ?)";
PreparedStatement ps = con.prepareStatement(sql, new String[] {"ID"});
ps.setLong(1, 264);
ps.setLong(2, 1);
int executeUpdate = ps.executeUpdate();
ResultSet rs = ps.getGeneratedKeys();
if (rs.next() ) {
    // The generated id
    long id = rs.getLong(1);
    System.out.println("executeUpdate: " + executeUpdate + ", id: " + id);

Here is a fully working example: Assuming Database is Oracle and column name which store generated Id is "GENERATED_ID" ( Can be any name)

       public Integer insertRecordReturnGeneratedId(final MyObject obj)
                MapSqlParameterSource parameters = new MapSqlParameterSource().addValue( "param1", obj.getField1() ).addValue( "param2",  obj.getField1() ) ;
                final KeyHolder holder = new GeneratedKeyHolder();
                this.namedParameterJdbcTemplate.update( INSERT_QUERY, parameters, holder, new String[] {"GENERATED_ID" } );
                Number generatedId = holder.getKey();
               // Note: USING holder.getKey("GENERATED_ID") IS ok TOO.
                return generatedId.intValue();
            catch( DataAccessException dataAccessException )

Try using the *createTemporary(yourConnection, false, oracle.sql.BLOB.DURATION_CALL)* function on the oracle.sql.BLOB to create your instance. After that just use the setBytes(...) to set its content.