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Message Posted: Thu, 07 Jun 2007 @ 15:41:05 GMT
I am not a programmer, but I have a contractor asking me this question and I don't have a clue about it.
So...Does anyone know if there is a way using jdbc to capture the number of records being returned without having to return the entire recordset? I know that in Queryman you can see the # of rows being returned and even if you cancel the return after 200 rows the answerset size shows how many were found with the sql. Any insight here would be help so I can point them the right way.
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