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1. Is it possible to store and retrieve a boolean value in a varchar field using Java JDBC?    stackoverflow.com

quick question: my customer has a situation where he has his database with a varchar field and the corresponding jdbc code is storing/retrieving a boolean. I guess that the boolean values false ...

2. is there single method for updating a resultset entry?    stackoverflow.com

I can see so many update methods in for resultset based on the datatypes of the fields. Isnt there any single method for it? Or can anyone suggest an alternative?

3. ResultSet: Exception: set type is TYPE_FORWARD_ONLY -- why?    stackoverflow.com

I have very simple code:

pstat=con.prepareStatement("select typeid from users where username=? and password=?");             
pstat.setString(1, username);
pstat.setString(2, password);
int rowCount=0;
{    ...

4. What are disadvantages to return type as resultset in method    stackoverflow.com

What are side effects when iam return a Resulset(java.sql.ResultSet) in the method using java.

5. JDBC read-only performance comparision between ResultSet types    stackoverflow.com

When executing SELECT queries on an MS SQL Server 2000 DB, is there any performance difference between using ResultSet.TYPE_SCROLL_INSENSITIVE and ResultSet.TYPE_FORWARD_ONLY? Assuming ResultSet.CONCUR_READ_ONLY used.

6. When i run this code it says that resultset object type_forward_only not indentified    bytes.com

Please enclose your posted code in [code] tags (See How to Ask a Question). This makes it easier for our Experts to read and understand it. Failing to do so creates ...

7. executeUpdate with ResultSet - Incompatible type for declaration.    coderanch.com

As a general rule, you only use "executeQuery(...)" when you have a SELECT query. If you do a INSERT, UPDATE or DELETE you use "executeUpdate(...)". If you don't know what type of query it is--for example if it's a query that is passed in by the user--you can use "execute(...)". The return values are "ResultSet", "int" and "boolean", respectively. Some database ...

8. Resultset + TYPE_FORWARD_ONLY problem    coderanch.com

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9. ResultSet TYPE    coderanch.com

11. OJDBC resultset type and concurrency problem    coderanch.com

Hello, we are using a stored procedure in oracle in order to get some info out of the database. This stored procedures has one IN param (id) and one OUT param (OracleTypes.CURSOR) stm = conn.prepareCall("(ExamenPackage.usp_getExam(?,?)}, OracleResultSet.TYPE_SCROLL_SENSITIVE, OracleResultSet.CONCUR_UPDATABLE); rs = stm.getCursor(2); Notice above, we specify the type of the rs as SENSITIVE and the cocurrancy as UPDATABLE. For some reason JDBC determins ...

12. resultset type    coderanch.com

13. Change the type of the ResultSet    coderanch.com

14. Using ResultSet as return Type in Web Services    coderanch.com

Hi, I am using java.sql.ResultSet as return type from the method in Web Service. But i am getting the following error. Please help me to resolve this error. WARNING: Exception: AxisFault faultCode: {http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/}Server.userException faultSubcode: faultString: java.io.IOException: No serializer found for class net.sourceforge.jtds.jdbc.JtdsResultSet in registry org.apache.axis.encoding.TypeMappingDelegate@14ae2c1 faultActor: faultNode: faultDetail: {http://xml.apache.org/axis/}stackTrace:java.io.IOException: No serializer found for class net.sourceforge.jtds.jdbc.JtdsResultSet in registry org.apache.axis.encoding.TypeMappingDelegate@14ae2c1 at org.apache.axis.encoding.SerializationContext.serializeActual(SerializationContext.java:1505) at ...

15. ResultSet TYPE_FORWARD_ONLY    coderanch.com

when using TYPE_FORWARD_ONLY and setRow(200); then I get a Exception, that says I should use TYPE_SENSITIVE or TYPE_INSENSITIVE, but when using SENSITIVE or INSENSITIVE-Cursor, my query execution time is much much slower than when using TYPE_FORWARD_ONLY. For example, 10.000.000 rows using TYPE_FORWARD_ONLY returns the (first) 100 rows within max 2 seconds. When using TYPE_SENSITIVE or TYPE_INSENSITIVE, the same query returns 100 ...

16. Getting Values from resultSet without knowing the column data types    coderanch.com

Hi Ravi, I don't know if you have opened another thread or not(though searched for it but didn't find it). Anyway, I have a situation where I have to search for records in a table containing a huge number of rows and the number of resulted rows is also big. So it takes a lot of time in searching through that ...

18. Retrieving uknown amount of type ResultSet    forums.oracle.com