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From "Brandon Goodin" <brandon.goo...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Get return value and return result set
Date Mon, 27 Aug 2007 19:44:30 GMT
iBATIS uses standard JDBC support for multiple result sets. Have you tried
implementing this in straight JDBC using your driver to see if it is
supported by the driver?


On 8/27/07, Hill_XIE@hsbc.ca <Hill_XIE@hsbc.ca> wrote:
> Hi,
> I have a DB2 stored procedure returns a single value and a result set at
> the same time, like this:
>                 Select * FROM USERS WHERE UserID = pUserID;
>         OPEN DB2_SP_SQL1;
>         RETURN 100;
> I tried many times, I can only get the return value (100) back, while the
> return result set is always empty. Here is the iBatis configuration and java
> code:
> 1. iBatis Configuration:
>         <parameterMap id="parameter" class="java.util.HashMap" >
>                     <parameter property="pReturnCode" jdbcType="INTEGER"
> javaType="java.lang.Integer" mode="OUT"/>
>                 <parameter property="pUSERID" jdbcType="INTEGER" javaType=
> "java.lang.Integer" mode="IN"/>
>         </parameterMap>
>         <procedure id="getUserProfile" parameterMap="parameter" resultMap=
> "userProfileResult">
>                 {? = call TEST_GETUSERSBYID (?)}
>         </procedure>
> 2. Java Code:
>         HashMap parameters = new HashMap();
>         Integer returnCode = new Integer(-1);
>         parameters.put("ReturnCode", returnCode);
>         parameters.put("UserID", new Integer(userID));
>         UserProfile userProfile =
> (UserProfile)getSqlMapClientTemplate().queryForObject("getUserProfile",
> parameters);
> 3. Result:  userProfile is null, the ReturnCode in the HashMap is 100.
> After I debugged into the iBatis code, I found the code does populate some
> data (I am sure what data) into the resultset object. But *rs.next()*returns
> false, so the code ignores the resultset and doesn't do any mapping for the
> result set.
> Is it unsupported by iBatis?
> Thanks,
> ------------------------------------------------------
> Hill Xie
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