Java Code Examples for java.sql.ResultSet.isAfterLast()

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Example 1
Project: graphium   File:   View Source Code Vote up 4 votes
private S createSegment(ResultSet rs, boolean geometry) throws SQLException {
	boolean createfullWaySegment = false;
	if (rs.isAfterLast()) {
		return null;
	int i = 1;
	while (!createfullWaySegment && i <= rs.getMetaData().getColumnCount()) {
		if (rs.getMetaData().getColumnLabel(i).startsWith(QUERY_PREFIX)) {
			createfullWaySegment = true;
	long segmentId = rs.getLong("id");

	// TODO: use factory?
	S segment;
	if (createfullWaySegment) {
		IWaySegment waySegment = new WaySegment();

		mapSegment(waySegment, rs);

		if (geometry) {
			waySegment.setGeometry((LineString) bp.parse(rs.getBytes(QUERY_PREFIX + "_geometry_ewkb")));

		// map connections
		mapConnections(waySegment, rs);

		segment = (S) waySegment;

	} else {
		segment = (S) new BaseSegment(segmentId, null);
	return segment;
Example 2
Project: lams   File:   View Source Code Vote up 4 votes
 * Loads a single logical row from the result set moving forward.  This is the
 * processing used from the ScrollableResults where there were collection fetches
 * encountered; thus a single logical row may have multiple rows in the underlying
 * result set.
 * @param resultSet The result set from which to do the load.
 * @param session The session from which the request originated.
 * @param queryParameters The query parameters specified by the user.
 * @param returnProxies Should proxies be generated
 * @return The loaded "row".
 * @throws HibernateException
public Object loadSequentialRowsForward(
		final ResultSet resultSet,
		final SessionImplementor session,
		final QueryParameters queryParameters,
		final boolean returnProxies) throws HibernateException {

	// note that for sequential scrolling, we make the assumption that
	// the first persister element is the "root entity"

	try {
		if ( resultSet.isAfterLast() ) {
			// don't even bother trying to read further
			return null;

		if ( resultSet.isBeforeFirst() ) {;

		// We call getKeyFromResultSet() here so that we can know the
		// key value upon which to perform the breaking logic.  However,
		// it is also then called from getRowFromResultSet() which is certainly
		// not the most efficient.  But the call here is needed, and there
		// currently is no other way without refactoring of the doQuery()/getRowFromResultSet()
		// methods
		final EntityKey currentKey = getKeyFromResultSet(

		return sequentialLoad( resultSet, session, queryParameters, returnProxies, currentKey );
	catch ( SQLException sqle ) {
		throw factory.getSQLExceptionHelper().convert(
				"could not perform sequential read of results (forward)",