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Need help in implementing Pagination for my JSP Page

 
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Hi. I'm new in Pagination concept so I have a little obstacles about understanding

I need to implement pagination for a JSP .

Do i need to pass rownum or rowid to the backend ?

 
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This FAQ entry will explain Pagination from scratch
 
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Thanks , but the link is specific to a particular database (LIMIT) not possible with Oracle.

Any help from anybody
 
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Steve James wrote:Thanks , but the link is specific to a particular database (LIMIT) not possible with Oracle.

Any help from anybody

The link contains another link that shows how to do it in Oracle.
 
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