I just noticed something and I thought I'd ask:
When reading large chunks of data in the 7.4 JDBC client I would code
something like this:
st.executeQuery("select * from foo");
which would result in queries to the postgresql server like this:
DECLARE JDBC_CURS_588 CURSOR FOR select * from foo; fetch forward 1000
with subsequent fetch forward queries being executed as the full result
set is pulled in.
In the 8.0 driver I don't see this happening. I see only the "select *
from foo" query in the postgresql server log.
Is the query result still being sent in batch chunks of 1000 rows, but
using a different mechanism?
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