At 03:04 27/01/01 +0000, Greg Speegle wrote:
>You can call postgresql functions from a normal statement, although I
>don't know if you can have it return multiple result sets.
The network protocol supports it, and so should Statement/Prepared
statement. However, I've never got it to actually do it.
PS: All JDBC related stuff should be going to the new pgsql-jdbc list.
>I've assigned a class project to a graduate database class to work on the
>CallableStatment interface for the JDBC driver. I hope we'll have
>something for you by May.
> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Original Message <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
>On 1/25/01, 9:57:32 PM, "Ron Sofrin" <rsofrin(at)entercept(dot)com> wrote
>regarding [INTERFACES] Invoking sql functions through jdbc:
> > Hi all,
> > I am trying to invoke a postgres sql function though JDBC using the
> > CallableStatment object. I have build the driver with it's jdbc1.2
> > However, I am getting the following exception "Callable statments are not
> > supported at this time"
> > Does any one have an idea if there is a work around it?
> > I have noticed that there is something called the Fastpath API. Is there
> > way to get a result set (and not byte) out of it?
> > thanks
> > Ron
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