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how can multiple threads read resultset ?

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hi ,
  i have a ResultSet Object (JDBC) and i want my threads to read it and perform some operations. but what i can conclude is that i will have to lock the resultset and i guess that won't work out for more than one thread.

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Hello,
  I think it is possible by releasing the lock on the resultset. Call the wait() method, which  will release the lock on the object of the current thread. This allows another thread to perform operations on the same resultset.
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Hi!

You can define the Read operation in a method which you can declare as

synchronized public void readResultSet(ResultSet rs)

and call it from the run() method of each thread.
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