Bhushan Bhangale wrote:
> I have a table in which the primary key is of type SERIAL. I insert a
> record and then I want the generated id because of this, so that I
> can use the id to insert records in child table.
> I know about a solution in which generate a id before hand and then
> use the id to insert in table and also in child tables.
IMO, that's definitely the best way to go.
> The other stuff which I read in JDK 1.4 is of getGeneratedKeys().
> The problem is I have to use JDK 1.3.1.
> Is there any solution for this problem?
Incidentally, using 1.4 wouldn't help you because the PostgreSQL JDBC driver
doesn't implement getGeneratedKeys anyway. The only other approach is to use
some unique set of columns in the table other than your numeric key, and
immediately follow your insert statement with a select. This only works if
your records are unique without regard to the generated key. As an example,
insert into mytable (name, department, position, hiredate)
values('jdoe', 'eng', 'manager', DATE '10-12-1994');
select empid from mytable where
name = 'jdoe' AND
department = 'eng' AND
position = 'manager' AND
hiredate = DATE '10-12-1994';
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