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Muralidhar Gandepalli
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Joined: Apr 16, 2001
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Can anybody tell me what is holdability of resultset?.That how many rows can a result set hold???Is it dependent on the Vendor specific Driver iam using???
Thanks in advance
Peter den Haan
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Originally posted by Muralidhar Gandepalli:
Can anybody tell me what is holdability of resultset?.That how many rows can a result set hold???

There should not be a hardwired limit at all. A typical implementation will cache a few rows but, other than that, retrieve from the database on demand.
- Peter

Thomas Paul
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There is no limit to how many rows the ResultSet will return. Since the ResultSet doesn't actually hold any rows, space is not an issue.


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