Re: Limiting Large Result Sets

"Oliver Wong" <>
Wed, 30 Aug 2006 19:14:30 GMT
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Thanks for every ones replies to make the question more clear this
what i wanted from the code
I have a method which can accept a SQL query as input parameter and
number of results the user wants

public RowSetDynaClass getResults(String sql,int resultNumber)
prepareStatment= conn.prepareStatement(sql.toString()),

    Why are you calling String.toString() ?


    Wouldn't a better name for the second parameter be "maxRows"?

resultset = prepareStatment.executeQuery();
rowsdc = new RowSetDynaClass(resultset);


    I noticed you don't actually return anything from this method.

So the user gets back a result for the first 10 rows, now the user
again requests another set of 10 rows. This method is again called and
here is the real problem starts he now wants to get results from 11-20.
Simply put the question is how to maintain the state of the results
with out modifying the query the user inputs??

    How about creating an object which maintains its own state and returning

    - Oliver

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