On Tue, 2 Nov 2004, Alan Stange wrote:
> >This is something (as discussed with Dave) that you shouldn't be doing,
> Let me be devils advocate for a second and ask "why not"? I don't
> disagree, but I'm not sure I understand all the issues here.
The real problem is that executeBatch() returns an int of update counts.
What should we return for an entry like addBatch("INSERT ... ; INSERT
..."); ? Two individual entries? The sum of the update counts? The
javadoc for executeBatch isn't entirely clear, but certainly seems to make
the assumption that one batch entry is one command. Especially since you
are already using addBatch, there doesn't seem to be much point in jamming
two commands into one batch.
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