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It is said that ,a type_scroll_sensitive ResultSet object is scrollable and at the sametime it is sensitive to changes made by others(in the DB).
But if I talk about changes,what sort of changes ? it can be insert,update or delete .which one ? all of them ? (I think ,logically update can be detected,but about insert I am not sure).
Another thing is that ,how this type of resultsets become sensitive to changes made in the DB,I mean how they track it ?
Regards, Ayan Dutta
Joined: Oct 16, 2005
My main confusion is that once you pick up all the records from DB for a query (say the query that returns the record as SELECT * FROM A )and you put inside a ResultSet ,how you are tracking whether there are any changes in the DB(say table A)or not ? Ayan