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1. How to display next record from database    stackoverflow.com

try {
    if ( rs.next( ) ) {
        int id_col = rs.getInt("ID");
        String id ...

2. Getting next record    coderanch.com

I am trying to navigate thru large number of records. I am having problem with the move-to-next record process. I have a recordid field (unique) but our client requires that records be sorted by their description. Example, I am currently in recordid 5, when i click on the next button, the next record that will appear may or may not be ...

3. Next "n" records    coderanch.com

My colleague has a problem with her Hibernate-driven Web app. She's got a query returning 10000+ records, and she's getting out of memory exceptions. It would be ideal if she could just retrieve the chunk of records that she needs, as opposed to the whole resultset. I'm not sure how to approach the next "n" records issue in Java, and further ...

4. result set object not moving to next record    coderanch.com

When the query returns less than 10000 records, everything works fine and no problem at all. When the query returns more than 10000(exactly 13,000), after certain no of records the resultSet.next() not moving to next record eventhough there are so many records to be fetched. It doesn't throw any exception either. It's just hanging there like waiting for something to complete. ...

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