SQLExceptions.throwFatal() has thrown a SQLException

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  1. java.sql.SQLException
    1.   at com.solarmetric.kodo.impl.jdbc.runtime.SQLExceptions.throwFatal()
  1. Transaction problem

    First:15 years ago
    Last:2 years ago
    Author:3004
  2. upgrading to 2.3 - empty result set

    First:16 years ago
    Last:2 years ago
    Author:3004
  3. SQLException

    JDBCSimpleConfiguration.getDictionary()
    Crashes:6
    Projects:0
    Web Pages:4
    Error Reports:0
    First:10 months ago
    Last:7 months ago
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  4. Exception when persisting a lot of objects with Kodo 2.5.0b/MySQL

    First:15 years ago
    Last:2 years ago
    Author:3004
  5. upgrading to 2.3 - MS JDBC Driver

    First:16 years ago
    Last:2 years ago
    Author:3004
  6. Problem with JBoss and KODO J2EE Tutorial

    First:15 years ago
    Last:2 years ago
    Author:3004
  7. SQLException

    PersistenceManagerImpl.commit()
    Crashes:2
    Projects:0
    Web Pages:2
    Error Reports:0
    First:10 months ago
    Last:7 months ago
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  8. cannot commit during managed transaction

    First:15 years ago
    Last:2 years ago
    Author:3004
MessageNumber of crashes
You cannot commit during a managed transaction!2
[Microsoft][SQLServer 2000 Driver for JDBC][SQLServer]The statement has been terminated.1
Logon failed. Msg 18456, Severity 14, State 1, Login failed for user 'ingres'., Server , Procedure , Line 01
General error: Warning: Some non-transactional changed tables couldn't be rolled back1
You cannot commit with autocommit set!1
ORA-01400: cannot insert NULL into ("NBS_ODS"."QUEUE_DATA_CACHE"."VALUE")1
No suitable driver1
User: melvin, failed to be authenticated.1
[Microsoft][SQLServer 2000 Driver for JDBC]Can't start a cloned connection while in manual transaction mode.1
A connection could not be obtained in the specified login time of 0 seconds.1
  1. java.sql.SQLException
    1.   at com.solarmetric.kodo.impl.jdbc.runtime.SQLExceptions.throwFatal()