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SHAPE/APPEND via Java

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I would like to know how do we acheive ADO SHAPE/APPEND for hierarchy recordsets in JAVA.  
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by:Éric Moreau
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This is given to you by ADO. No database engine can run this. If you can use ADO from your Java application, you will be able to do it.
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bhagyesht earned 125 total points
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the jdbc-odbc doesnt support this.
you have another question probably due to hitting the refresh button. please write to the community support and delete the other one.
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