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RowMapper callback interface's mapRow can pull only one row?

 
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Hi Guys,

This is just to check RowMapper callback interface's mapRow(ResultSet rs, int rowNum) can pull only one row??/

Thanks,
Vineet
 
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I Guess, I have got the answer of my question .. I was using queryForObject(arg1,arg2,arg3) method of JDBC template instead of query(arg1,arg2,arg3) method of JDBC template.... RowMapper callback interface can pull multiple rows..

Please fell free to improve above mentioned answer.

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Vineet
 
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Here is code to pull multiple rows using Rowmapper and jdbcTemplate.query(arg1,arg2).

Collection emp=jt.query("select * from employee", new RowMapper()
{
public Object mapRow(ResultSet rs, int rowNum) throws SQLException {
Employee e=new Employee();
e.setFirstName(rs.getString("first_name"));
e.setLastName(rs.getString("last_name"));
e.setAge(rs.getInt("age"));
e.setEmail(rs.getString("email"));
e.setEmpno(rs.getInt("empno"));
return e;
}
});
 
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If you want to loop through the result set yourself, then you should use the ResultSetExtractor interface instead of RowMapper.

Mark
 
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Correct Mark,

Thanks for sharing your knowledge..

Thanks,
Vineet
 
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vineet kaushik wrote:Correct Mark,

Thanks for sharing your knowledge..

Thanks,
Vineet



Hi all,

I have 2 classes (Role and User) and I want to create 1 row mapper class for both classes.

Is it possible?

Thanks in advance,
Geeta
 
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Geeta Puttappanavar wrote:

vineet kaushik wrote:Correct Mark,

Thanks for sharing your knowledge..

Thanks,
Vineet



Hi all,

I have 2 classes (Role and User) and I want to create 1 row mapper class for both classes.

Is it possible?

Thanks in advance,
Geeta



Resolved. Spring provides BeanPropertyRowMapper class. By using this we can achive.
 
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