I'll check. It should be returning 1 (as JDBC numbering always starts at 1).
The Anon cvs should be documented on postgresql.org (although when I last
checked, there was no link to it).
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From: Phil Davis [mailto:pmd(at)azad(dot)demon(dot)co(dot)uk]
Sent: Monday, July 31, 2000 1:18 PM
Subject: [INTERFACES] JDBC getRow returns 0 after first instead of 1
I think the JDBC driver has several bugs around ResultSet row
numbering. According to the JDBC API docs the getRow() method on
ResultSet should return 1 for the first row. Currently it returns zero.
int n = rs.getRow(); // n is now 0 instead of 1
The same problem exists with the absolute and related methods which
need to be passed 0 to go to the first row but the API docs say it should
If I'm wrong could someone please explain what I got wrong.
Where is the CVS archive for the sources and is there anon access? I could
not find it on the postgresql.org site.
Phil Davis - pmd(at)azad(dot)demon(dot)co(dot)uk
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