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getting ResultSet from Oracle procedure

 
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I am trying to get a ResultSet object by executing a stored procedure in Oracle.
The ResultSet is one of the parameters of this procedure. Typical code:
CallableStatement st = cn.prepareCall("{ call sc_getkeyfieldinfo(?,?) }");
st.setMaxRows(2); //this doesnt do anything
st.setString(1, "T11_2003_1");
st.registerOutParameter(2, OracleTypes.CURSOR);
st.execute();
ResultSet rs = (ResultSet) st.getObject(2);
while (rs.next()) {
System.out.println(rs.getString(1));
}
How would I get only certain number of rows in my ResultSet ? The setMaxRows on a callable statement did not do anything. Neither does the setFetchSize().
When we get a ResultSet directly by executing a query from a Statement, these maxSize and fetchSize parameters set there do the job and return a ResultSet of specified size(# of rows). But on a CallableStatement it didn't do anything.
Anyone knows how to achieve this ???
Amit
[ September 18, 2003: Message edited by: dalAm ]
 
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I've run into the same issue with Oracle. The best solution I've found is a bit ugly--you don't rely on Oracle to do it:

You can easily control the number of results to process.
 
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Howdy dalAm,
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