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On 28-06-2010 23:32, gk wrote:

On 29 June, 03:04, Arne Vajh?j<> wrote:

On 28-06-2010 07:52, gk wrote:

On Jun 28, 4:26 pm, gk<> wrote:

On Jun 28, 3:55 pm, RedGrittyBrick<RedGrittyBr...@spamweary.invalid>

On 28/06/2010 10:41, gk wrote:

please look at the doc for ResultSet

public static final int TYPE_SCROLL_SENSITIVEThe constant indicating
the type for a ResultSet object that is scrollable and generally
sensitive to changes made by others.

What it means by "generally sensitive to changes made by others" ? I
don't get this part.

For general questions of this sort, you'll often get an adequate answer
by searching using Google or some other search engine:

"Scrollable cursors can potentially access the same row in the result
set multiple times. Thus, data modifications (insert, update, delete
operations) from other transactions could have an impact on the result
set. A cursor can be SENSITIVE or INSENSITIVE to such data
modifications. A sensitive cursor picks up data modifications impacting
the result set of the cursor, and an insensitive cursor does not."

Note that this is really an SQL question, more than a Java question.
Sometimes you'll get more relevant answers to DBMS-specific SQL
questions in an appropriate database newsgroup or forum.

Thanks . your post was very much helpful.- Hide quoted text -

However , how does it different from attribute CONCUR_UPDATABLE ?

If we use CONCUR_UPDATABLE as a ResultSet attribute that too also
picks up the updated data not it ? why do we need the
SENSITIVE attribute then ?

I am far from a JBDB expert but I read the docs as:

TYPE_SCROLL_INSENSITIVE - I can scroll forward and backward& I will not
see changes done by others
TYPE_SCROLL_SENSITIVE - I can scroll forward and backward& I will see
changes done by others
CONCUR_READ_ONLY - I can not update the result set
CONCUR_UPDATABLE - I can update the result set

So the difference is between me and other.

What do you mean by update the ResultSet ? we take the results out of
the ResultSet. we do rs.getString("columnName") to extract the
result. We don't update ResultSet really.

I don't understand why you are saying updating ResultSet.

do we do that ever ?

The following two methods more or less do the same thing:

     private static void update1(Connection con) throws SQLException {
         Statement stmt = con.createStatement();
         stmt.executeUpdate("UPDATE fun SET txt = 'XX' WHERE id = 2");

     private static void update2(Connection con) throws SQLException {
         Statement stmt =
         ResultSet rs = stmt.executeQuery("SELECT id,txt FROM fun WHERE
id = 2");;
         rs.updateString(2, "BB");

No - I don't think the construct is much used in Java & JDBC.

But it is used a lot on ASP & ADO.

Someone must have said "so ein ding mussen wir auch haben".


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