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CallableStatement : Output parameter type CURSOR

 
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How to register the output parameter type CURSOR for a procedure call? Gone through the JDBC API, but didn't found any specific type for it. Tried Type.OTHER in both Oracle 9i & MySQL 5.0, but didn't work. In DB2, there is DB2.CURSOR. Thanks in advance.
 
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Please pay attention to the above problem and help me to overcome it.
 
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Hi ,im not sure if you are looking something like that


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If the same program I have to run on MySQL then.....?
 
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Uhm , its just for oracle data bases, for mysql

"MySQL does not support SQL cursors, and the JDBC driver doesn't emulate them, so ..."

http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/connector-j-reference-implementation-notes.html

 
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But in the reference of MySQL 5.0 it has mentioned that "Cursors are supported inside stored procedures and functions and triggers."
MySQL 5.0 Reference
 
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