On Wed, 28 May 2008, U. George wrote:
>> To do partial fetches you must turn autocommit off. See:
> Yup, that did it. I suppose there is a reason why no exception is
> thrown at the execute, or an error for the setFetchSize when autocommit
> is still on?
You can't throw an exception at setFetchSize because you could do
setFetchSize(N) and then setAutoCommit(false). Throwing an exception at
execute time is possible, but I don't think the driver should. Fetch size
is just a hint, so it's not a failure if it isn't used.
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