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ResultSet Concatenation?

Posted on 2002-03-28
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The $epoch_starttime and $epoch_endtime in the following query are variables.  I need to generate a ResultSet object from each of the following tables and add the results together into one ResultSet object.  

The reason for this is I am working with a third party software and they can only accept one recordset object for processing(charting software).  Is it possible to concatenate results from one ResultSet object onto another?  If not, how could I go about addressing this problem?

Tables
m2002_01, m2002_02, m2003_03

Query Example
Select Server as Server_name, Browser as Browser_name where starttime > $epoch_starttime and endtime < $epoch_endtime.  
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