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From Daniel John Debrunner <...@debrunners.com>
Subject Re: Cursors
Date Wed, 13 Jul 2005 14:48:38 GMT
simmi iyer wrote:

> Using network client driver to connect to network
> server.
> Using java threads to run parallel selects. RAM used
> goes up and after some time Network server throws "Out
> of Memory" error.
> Obviously the cursors at database end are not getting
> closed when ResultSet is closed at the client end java
> code.
> I understand from Derby docs that cursors by default
> get closed when  a commit is done on connection. Is
> there any other way of closing the database cursors?

Maybe I'm not understanding what exactly you mean, but can you just call
the close method? java.sql.ResultSet.close().


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