Quoting Michael Stephenson <mstephenson(at)tirin(dot)openworld(dot)co(dot)uk>:
> > In a current development project, we need the 'Scrollable Resultset'
> > functionality, which does not seem to exist in the driver for
> > 7.0.3. We basically want to retrieve a set of records into a result
> > and then browse through the records in the result set.
> One of us is confused.
> 'TYPE_SCROLL_INSENSITIVE' ResultSets are already supported in the
> PostgreSQL 7.0.3 release drivers (jdbc2). ie previous(), next(),
> relative(), absolute(), afterLast(), beforeFirst(), isAfterLast(),
> isBeforeFirst(), isFirst(), isLast(), last() are all implemented.
> > Is it available in the driver for PostgreSQL 7.1? Will it be
> > in the release version.
> Assuming we haven't got our wires crossed somewhere, yes, and yes.
Whops, my wires were crossed just now. I was thinking of UpdateableResultSet ;-)
Peter Mount peter(at)retep(dot)org(dot)uk
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