Best way to do this?
I have to process a large number of database records, examine a column
value (can be 10 different values) and set a bean's property depending
on that fields values e.g (vastly cut down)
ResultSet rs = ps.executeQuery();
ret = new myBean();
String propName = rs.getString(2);
else if (propName.equalsIgnoreCase("return_requirement_id"))
Hopefully its relativily easy to follow what I'm trying to do, my big
problem though is using a "String" to hold the fields value, this
obviously is not a good idea and surely for performance reasons
neither would -
or wouldn't it make much difference getting the field value up to 10
A bit lost as to what's the best/efficient way to do this, should I
use a StringBuffer every time? would it be garbage collected? - any
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