Re: How could MySql Driver have this problem?
Posted by: v d
Date: December 23, 2004 09:38AM

Thank you for the reply. I did read the full bug report. I got some good insight into the matter. Here's some examples of my cases:

* With regard to the updatable resultset, some scenario such as this: I need to read a whole table, 1 record at a time, and do transformation/processing on the record, and then put back a result (such as a number, yes/no, etc).

* With readonly/forward only/fetch size of Integer.MIN_VALUE for streaming, it does not allow another query on the same table or same connections. The connection part, I suppose I can easily create another one. However, with respect to query/update on the same table, this is a real issue. For example, I have 1 read only/forward only query on a table. Next, I have another updatable query on the same table (with different set of records). I want to update the 2nd resultset, but this cannot be done because of this limitation. I have to look more closely on this to see if there is any alternative, but the design/algorithm/requirement for this problem wasn't done by me.

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Re: How could MySql Driver have this problem?
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December 23, 2004 09:38AM

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