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JDBC ResultSet

 
Chetan Mehta
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Hi ,
Can some help explaining following Q.
Which J2EE pattern does JDBCResult set implement? (select 1 ans)
a. Iterator
b. Observer
c. Facade
d. Bridge
Can someone tell me answer to the above question and how that pattern is impmented?
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Chetan Mehta
 
Vishakha Ahuja
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I think it should be Iterator.
[This message has been edited by Vishakha Ahuja (edited August 14, 2001).]
 
Vishakha Ahuja
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The Iterator allows you to move through a list or collection of data using a standard interface without having to know the details of the internal representation of that data.
According to this definition, iterator suits best as an answer because the ResultSet object lets you iterate through the entire collection using various methods like first(), last(), next().
 
A Agrawal
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I support Vishakha. One more similarity between Iterator and ResultSet is memory. They don't have their own memory and they just point/iterate through memory acquired by some other resource.


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Chetan Mehta
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Thanks a lot for help ..
 
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Thanks a lot ...
 
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