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Performance when mutiple resultsets are returned from a stored procedure ?

pritam dey
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Joined: Sep 13, 2001
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Hi,
I have got a stored procedure where I want to put a number of SELECT queries. And each SELECT query must return one Resultset. Hence, finally, the stored procedure will have to return multiple resultsets. My database is SQL Server 7.0.
I want to know if this can de done using JDBC.
If so, can anyone tell me the performance related to this implementation ? Will if improve the performance or will it hamper it ??
Thanks,
Pritam
 
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