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From Chris Forbis <>
Subject RE: DBCP and RowSet
Date Fri, 18 Apr 2003 13:02:28 GMT
I just wanted to give an update in case anyone else is looking to do this.
CachedRowSet is available only in an early access program from Sun.  It
seems to work well, but it is not allowed for commercial applications per
the license agreement.  That said, I needed this for Oracle for a production
level application.  It seems Oracle released there own CachedRowSet and it
works very well in most cases (there are some update bugs, but read only is
good).  OracleCachedRowSet can be gotten from Oracles technet site and it
seems pretty good so far.

-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Forbis 
Sent: Thursday, April 17, 2003 12:00 PM
To: 'Jakarta Commons Users List'
Subject: RE: DBCP and RowSet

What RowSet do you use?  I was looking at sun's CachedRowSet but from what I
have been able to read it will not be in the JDK until v1.5 (and that might
be a while)

-----Original Message-----
From: Vic Cekvenich [] 
Sent: Thursday, April 17, 2003 6:40 AM
Subject: Re: DBCP and RowSet

I have been using Disconnected RowSet for like 2 years now with much 
1st, it has nothing to do with any pool.

The RowSet is very fast, easy .... but not portable.
Recently, I switched to using db layer, and it worked much 

If you do rowset, there is a lot of google on it, else, post again, I 
can give you like and specific questions.


Chris Forbis wrote:
> Has anyone used DBCP with a Disconnected RowSet yet to isolate all
> resultQueries off to a true pool?  I am looking at doing this and wanted
> see if anyone had does it and had advice :-)
> Thanks
> Chris

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