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Dale DeMott
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Does Oracle have the ability to do Multiple Result Sets? Has anyone done this or something similar w/Oracle?


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Jeanne Boyarsky
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Dale,
Yes. Oracle allows multiple resultsets. I've done this in Sybase, but not in Oracle. It's the same idea in both databases though.

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Purushoth Thambu
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I am not sure about Jeanne comment. Oracle do support returning multiple resultset from a stored procedure but it has to be a REFCURSOR type. The standard API's for returning multiple resultsets like getMoreResults do not a expected implementation with orace jdbc driver.
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I defer to Purushothaman. Like I said, I haven't done this in Oracle. I just assumed it would be the same as Sybase.
 
 
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