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From "Fernanda Pizzorno (JIRA)" <derby-...@db.apache.org>
Subject [jira] Created: (DERBY-718) Network client: deleteRow() makes getter methods return nulls for the following rows.
Date Fri, 18 Nov 2005 16:22:41 GMT
Network client: deleteRow() makes getter methods return nulls for the following rows.
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         Key: DERBY-718
         URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/DERBY-718
     Project: Derby
        Type: Bug
  Components: Network Client  
    Reporter: Fernanda Pizzorno
 Assigned to: Fernanda Pizzorno 


On the network driver, the ResultSet.deleteRow() method causes the getXXX() methods in the
following rows to return null values. It should be possible to use the getXXX methods after
positioning the cursor in the next row. It also has this side effect on *other* result sets
if these are created with the same prepared statement.

The repro case is uploaded as an attachment "testDeleteRow.java"

Output of the report case:

List all rows
Row: 1: Testing 1
Row: 2: Testing 2
Row: 3: Testing 3
Row: 4: Testing 4
Row: 5: Testing 5
Row: 6: Testing 6
Row: 7: Testing 7
Row: 8: Testing 8
Row: 9: Testing 9
Row: 10: Testing 10

List all rows and delete first row
Row: 1: Testing 1
Row deleted!
Row: 0: null
Row: 0: null
Row: 0: null
Row: 0: null
Row: 0: null
Row: 0: null
Row: 0: null
Row: 0: null
Row: 0: null

List all rows
Row: 2: Testing 2
Row: 3: Testing 3
Row: 4: Testing 4
Row: 5: Testing 5
Row: 6: Testing 6
Row: 7: Testing 7
Row: 8: Testing 8
Row: 9: Testing 9
Row: 10: Testing 10

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