and I don't want to change the above line. But when I run the application, it gives me below error...
1. SEVERE: Standard exception info for exception of type: 'java.lang.ClassCastException' at level: 0 - Error Text: 'weblogic.jdbc.wrapper.Clob_oracle_sql_CLOB'
2. Apr 3, 2008 10:19:33 AM com.agencyport.menu.MenuController insert
3. SEVERE: java.lang.ClassCastException: weblogic.jdbc.wrapper.Clob_oracle_sql_CLOB
5. at com.agencyport.database.OracleDatabaseAgent.updateLOB(OracleDatabaseA
7. at com.agencyport.menu.MenuController.insert(MenuController.java:815)
It seems like Weblogic returns the object 'weblogic.jdbc.wrapper.Clob_oracle_sql_CLOB', rather than the 'oracle.sql.CLOB' which i am expecting.
Is there any way i can force the weblogic to return the object i am expecting,
since i can't modify the above piece of code, in which case, i can cast it to 'weblogic.jdbc.wrapper.Clob_oracle_sql_CLOB'.
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