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From Shreyas Kaushik <Shreyas.Kaus...@Sun.COM>
Subject Re: Aborting SQL Statements
Date Mon, 21 Feb 2005 12:58:03 GMT
My queries,

~ How to stop the execution of the current Query statement?
~ On which thread should the interrupt method be called ?
~ How to know the statement that is currently active ?

thanks
Shreyas

Daniel John Debrunner wrote:

>Satheesh Bandaram wrote:
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>>But I think Derby's client JDBC driver, currently the IBM Universal
>>driver, has some support. (I haven't tested it..) IBM recently announced
>>contributing a Derby Client to Apache. If this client code is accepted
>>and has the implementation for setQueryTimeOut() and cancel(), it might
>>be easy to adapt that code to Embed driver as well.
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>Cancel() is a requirement for setQueryTimeout(), as I think once the
>timeout has expired, setQueryTimeout() would just call cancel() or its
>underlying logic. Thus if you want to implement these features, you need
>to start with cancel.
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>I don't think the cancel in a network client will help in any way in
>implementing cancel() in embedded. The cancel in embedded needs to know
>about how queries or statements are executed. A starting point for
>investigation would be to see how the engine handles Thread.interrupt().
>Currently if a thread is interrupted the session/connection is closed, a
>similar mechanism would be needed for cancel. And it might make sense to
>change it so that if the thread is interrupted only the active statement
>is cancelled, I know the connection closing surprised some Cloudscape
>customers.
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>Dan.
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