Re: Java 7/JDBC 4.1 and Java 8/JDBC 4.2
Posted by: Nicholas Williams
Date: September 12, 2013 09:19PM

I'm interested in the Statement methods and in DatabaseMetaData.generatedKeyAlwaysReturned(). I'm also interested in the JDBC escape syntax for limit.

Of course, these are just JDBC 4.1 features. I'm also interested in JDBC 4.2 features. Particularly:

java.sql.SQLType
java.sql.JDBCType
Statement#getLargeUpdateCount()
Statement#setLargeMaxRows/getLargeMaxRows()
Statement#executeLargeBatch/executeLargeUpdate
PreparedStatement#executeLargeUpdate()
PreparedStatement#setObject(int, Object, SQLType)**
PreparedStatement#setObject(int, Object, SQLType, int)**
CallableStatement#setObject(int, Object, SQLType)**
CallableStatement#setObject(int, Object, SQLType, int)**
CallableStatement#registerOutParameter(int, SQLType)**
CallableStatement#registerOutParameter(int, SQLType, int)**
CallableStatement#registerOutParameter(int, SQLType, String)**
CallableStatement#registerOutParameter(String, SQLType)**
CallableStatement#registerOutParameter(String, SQLType, int)**
CallableStatement#registerOutParameter(String, SQLType, String)**
ResultSet#updateObject(int, Object, SQLType)**
ResultSet#updateObject(int, Object, SQLType, int)**
ResultSet#updateObject(String, Object, SQLType)**
ResultSet#updateObject(String, Object, SQLType, int)**
SQLInput#readObject(Class<T> type)**
SQLInput#writeObject(Object, SQLType)

ResultSet#getObject(int, Class<T>)* **
ResultSet#getObject(String, Class<T>)* **

* Updated requirements, not new method
** Supporting java.time/JSR 310 types with microseconds.

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