Mutiple ResultSet objects with same Statement object

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Thu, 27 Sep 2007 15:08:01 -0700
Is it okay to create 3 different ResultSets with the same Statement
object? Here is what I am currently using in my Database statements
with Oracle and everything works great. But I am wondering if this
will create Database resource leakages or other issues:

//Db connection called from another Java class
ResultSet results1 = null;
ResultSet results2 = null;
ResultSet results3 = null;
Statement statement = null;
        statement = connection.createStatement();
        results1 = statement.executeQuery("select name from
             int myvar = ....

        results2 = statement.executeQuery("select food, sugar from
             int myvar2 = ....

        results3 = statement.executeQuery("select rock from
             int myvar3 = ....

        //Finally block here that closes results1, results2, results3,
statement and connection object references

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