java.sql.ResultSet interface

A positioned update or delete issued against a cursor being accessed through a ResultSet object modifies or deletes the current row of the ResultSet object.

Some intermediate protocols might pre-fetch rows. This causes positioned updates and deletes to operate against the row the underlying cursor is on, and not the current row of the ResultSet.

Derby provides all the required JDBC 1.2 type conversions of the getXXX methods.

JDBC does not define the sort of rounding to use for ResultSet.getBigDecimal. Derby uses java.math.BigDecimal.ROUND_HALF_DOWN.

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Core JDBC java.sql classes, interfaces, and methods
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java.sql.Driver interface
java.sql.DriverManager.getConnection method
java.sql.Connection interface
java.sql.DatabaseMetaData interface
java.sql.Statement interface
java.sql.CallableStatement interface
java.sql.SQLException class
java.sql.PreparedStatement interface
java.sql.ResultSetMetaData interface
java.sql.SQLWarning class
java.sql.SQLXML interface
Mapping of java.sql.Types to SQL types
JDBC 2.0 features
java.sql.BatchUpdateException class
JDBC Package for Connected Device Configuration/Foundation Profile (JSR169)
JDBC 3.0 features
JDBC 4.0-only features
JDBC escape syntax