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JDBC  Returning a Srollable ResultSet From a MS SQL Server Stored Procedure

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I am trying to get a scrollable resultset set running on a SQL Server 7 database. I have tried specifying
TYPE_SCOLL_SENSITIVE it doesnt work...

Procedure something like
CREATE PROCEDURE foo
AS
BEGIN  
Select * FROM bar
END

prepareCall("{call foo}",    ResultSet.TYPE_SCROLL_INSENSITIVE, ResultSet.CONCUR_UPDATABLE)

that doesnt work


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by:Jim Cakalic
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What drivers are you using? Are they JDBC 2.0 compliant? Can you elaborate on the "it doesn't work"? Does that mean the ResultSet just isn't scrollable or do you get some kind of exception?

Jim
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I am using the "sun.jdbc.odbc.JdbcOdbcDriver" which I believe is version 2 compliant

The thing is if I execute a Query using the scrollable option it works, ie. I get back a scrollable result set but

when I call the procedure and try something like

rs.first(); It throws an exception

exception saying

recordset is FORWARD_ONLY



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I am using the "sun.jdbc.odbc.JdbcOdbcDriver" which I believe is version 2 compliant

The thing is if I execute a Query using the scrollable option it works, ie. I get back a scrollable result set but

when I call the procedure and try something like

rs.first(); It throws an exception

exception saying

recordset is FORWARD_ONLY



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by:HuangJo
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hi,

I think u will be unable to set the result set to be scrollable, as indeed it is allowed to be in one direction only - forward.

Also u only can access the record in the result set one at a time.

May I know why do u need a scrollable result set? As if it is only for display purpose, u may retrieved all records or selected set of records from the database, and display them using scrollable table. Just a suggestion.

regards Jo
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by:balugaa
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The resultset forms the basis of an Abstract Table Model
Tried caching the records memory usage too high

However Came across CachedRowSet and it Did the trick

cheers all for the answer
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what do you mean by CachedRowSet?  Can you show us what you did to make this work?
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