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Daniel Einspanjer <[hidden email]>: Oct 08 10:34AM -0700

I've hit this stack-overflow error again, this time in 3.10.0:
org.jooq.util.JavaGenerator.getType(JavaGenerator.java:5670)
 
but running the generator in debug shows it seems to be on an INT[] field.
 
One point that I don't know if I omitted before or if at that time I wasn't
doing is that I am running the PostgresDatabase to XMLDatabase generator.
Given that, I was able to create a simple test case and I've logged github
issue https://github.com/jOOQ/jOOQ/issues/6646
 
On Monday, January 9, 2017 at 10:23:00 PM UTC-5, Daniel Einspanjer wrote:
Daniel Einspanjer <[hidden email]>: Oct 07 01:41PM -0700

Lukas,
 
I downloaded the pro version of 3.10.0 and ran the maven installer script.
The last step of the script was supposed to install the scala package, but
it threw an error on that. I'm not using Scala at the moment so it didn't
impair my installation, but I didn't see that issue mentioned anywhere so I
wanted to see if it was reproducible for someone else.
 
-Daniel
 
On Friday, September 29, 2017 at 9:34:56 AM UTC-4, Lukas Eder wrote:
Daniel Einspanjer <[hidden email]>: Oct 07 01:37PM -0700

Lucas,
 
I was very interested in the new DDLDatabase, but when I read the docs, it
sounded like it doesn't yet support reading in a directory of migration
scripts like what you'd find in a typical Flyway-enabled project.
Is this actually supported in 3.10.0? Currently, we have been reading the
PostgresDB and outputting to an XMLDatabase, but of course, this requires
creating the DB with the migrations first. Would be great to eliminate
that step.
 
-Daniel
 
On Wednesday, October 4, 2017 at 5:49:04 AM UTC-4, Lukas Eder wrote:
Daniel Einspanjer <[hidden email]>: Oct 07 01:34PM -0700

I reported a couple of small issues I found solutions for when attempting
to upgrade to 3.10, but there are a couple of remaining messages that I'm
not sure about.
 
In the console output for the maven plugin, after all the normal output, I
see these two lines:
 
[INFO] Missing name : Object device_alias_type_to_text holds a
column without a name at position 1
[INFO] Missing name : Object hierarchy holds a column without a
name at position 1
 
I recognize "device_alias_type_to_text" as a function in my schema, but
"hierarchy" could be one of several different objects, a column name or a
view or maybe a type.
 
Could you clarify a bit more what exactly these messages are warning me of,
and how I can track down the problem to resolve it?
 
-Daniel
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