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What object is used in a JDBC ResultSet and how does one get it?

 
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I'm contemplating a producer-consumer application to move data from one DBMS to another. I want to run a query on the producer DB and use the results to build and execute an insert on the consumer DB.

I would like the producer thread to enqueue each 'row' of the result set. The consumer thread will remove 'rows' and use them to run inserts.

Looking at the ResultSet JavaDoc I don't see a method for getting a 'row' or the object that corresponds to a row.

Is this possible?

-=beeky
 
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What about the next() method? You would have to create an object to encapsulate each row; the columns in each row are different from one "select" to another.
 
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