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Joined: Jan 20, 2002
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I have about 6 to 7 variables that I need to return to Client as a resultset from my EJB, is there any way we can create a ResultSet on a fly without going to database ??
Thomas Paul
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ResultSet is an interface. Create your own class that implements ResultSet.

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Joined: Jan 20, 2002
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I understand that ResultSet is a interface and I can create my own class which implements ResultSet. But can someone throw light on how to create columns and fill data ( I just need 1 row )..
Milind Kulkarni
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Joined: Jun 01, 2000
Posts: 146
Hi Raj,
Here is how I would code:
Connection con = DriverManager.getConnection (url, userID, pswd);
Statement stmt = con.createStatement();
ResultSet rs = stmt.executeQuery(SQL query);
while ( {
System.out.println (rs.getString( col1);
System.out.println (rs.getString( col2);
// and so on ....

If you want to display column headings you may also use ResultSetMetaData object to retrive column headings.
Hope this helps !!

Joined: Jan 20, 2002
Posts: 7
Milind, thanks for response but this is not I am looking for. I think my original question is not clear enough, let me rephrase it ....
I have 6 values (as a result of a CreditCard transaction) that I need to return from my EJB. One of the client using my EJB is a Powerbuilder 6.5 App (which has to use MASP to talk to EJB), anyway, I need to return these values to PowerBuilder App as a ResultSet.
There is no SQL here nor I am going to any DB, the credit card transaction result values are returned by credit card authorizing server to EJB and EJB needs to send these values as a resultset.
I came up with an Idea, build a dummy SQL
"Select Var1, Var2, var3.....Var7"; and execute this as a SQL against a DB and I will get back a ResultSet with same values..
What I was looking for was to build a ResultSet class having a 6 columns ( one each for my variables that I need to return)...without having to go to any DB....
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you can't send it as Resultset. you supposed to store in Vector, and you can send. let me know, if i'm unclear
with regards
Carl Trusiak

Joined: Jun 13, 2000
Posts: 3340
As Thomas said, create your own class that implements ResultSet.
public class DummyResultSet{
HashTable results = new HashTable();//this is used to store the results to mimic what ResultSet does
//you could use whatever classes of Collections that you need
//override the methods of ResultSet that you need to use in your other app
public static DummyResultSet resultSetFactory()
//in here you define the code that creates the DummyResultSet
//it might be a good idea to make the constrictor private
In your other programs call the factory and assisgn the return to a ResultSet reference
ResultSet rset = DummyResultSet.resultSetFactory();
Now if every you do put this information in a DB, you modify the factory to create an execute the SQL and comment out the methods that you have overridden to use the methods in the ResultSet interface.

I Hope This Helps
Carl Trusiak, SCJP2, SCWCD
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