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ResultSetInternalMethods.java

/*
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package com.mysql.jdbc;

import java.sql.SQLException;
import java.util.HashMap;
import java.util.Map;
import java.util.TreeMap;

import com.mysql.jdbc.profiler.ProfileEventSink;
import com.mysql.jdbc.profiler.ProfilerEvent;

/**
 * This interface is intended to be used by implementors of statement
 * interceptors so that implementors can create static or dynamic (via 
 * java.lang.reflect.Proxy) proxy instances of ResultSets. It consists 
 * of methods outside of java.sql.Result that are used internally by 
 * other classes in the driver.
 * 
 * This interface, although public is <strong>not</strong> designed to 
 * be consumed publicly other than for the statement interceptor use case.
 * 
 * @version $Id: $
 */
00046 public interface ResultSetInternalMethods extends java.sql.ResultSet {

      /**
       * Returns a new instance of this result set, that shares the
       * underlying row data.
       */
      public abstract ResultSetInternalMethods copy() throws SQLException;

      /**
       * Does the result set contain rows, or is it the result of a DDL or DML
       * statement?
       */
      public abstract boolean reallyResult();

      /**
       * Functions like ResultSet.getObject(), but using the given SQL type
       * (as registered during CallableStatement.registerOutParameter()).
       */
      public abstract  Object getObjectStoredProc(int columnIndex, int desiredSqlType)
                  throws SQLException;

      /**
       * Functions like ResultSet.getObject(), but using the given SQL type
       * (as registered during CallableStatement.registerOutParameter()).
       */
      public abstract  Object getObjectStoredProc(int i, java.util.Map map,
                  int desiredSqlType) throws SQLException;

      /**
       * Functions like ResultSet.getObject(), but using the given SQL type
       * (as registered during CallableStatement.registerOutParameter()).
       */
      public abstract  Object getObjectStoredProc(String columnName, int desiredSqlType)
                  throws SQLException;

      /**
       * Functions like ResultSet.getObject(), but using the given SQL type
       * (as registered during CallableStatement.registerOutParameter()).
       */
      public abstract  Object getObjectStoredProc(String colName, java.util.Map map,
                  int desiredSqlType) throws SQLException;

      /**
       * Returns the server informational message returned from a DDL or DML
       * statement (if any), or null if none.
       */
      public String getServerInfo();

      /**
       * Returns the update count for this result set (if one exists), otherwise
       * -1.
       * 
       * @ return the update count for this result set (if one exists), otherwise
       * -1.
       */
      public long getUpdateCount();

      /**
       * Returns the AUTO_INCREMENT value for the DDL/DML statement which created
       * this result set.
       * 
       * @return the AUTO_INCREMENT value for the DDL/DML statement which created
       * this result set.
       */
      public long getUpdateID();

      /**
       * Closes this ResultSet and releases resources.
       * 
       * @param calledExplicitly was realClose called by the standard
       * ResultSet.close() method, or was it closed internally by the driver?
       */
      public void realClose(boolean calledExplicitly) throws SQLException;

      /**
       * Sets the first character of the query that was issued to create
       * this result set. The character should be upper-cased.
       */
      public void setFirstCharOfQuery(char firstCharUpperCase);

      /**
       * Sets the statement that "owns" this result set (usually used when the
       * result set should internally "belong" to one statement, but is created
       * by another.
       */
      public void setOwningStatement(com.mysql.jdbc.StatementImpl owningStatement);

      /**
       * Returns the first character of the query that was issued to create this 
       * result set, upper-cased.
       */
      public char getFirstCharOfQuery();

      /**
       * Clears the reference to the next result set in a multi-result set
       * "chain".
       */
      public void clearNextResult();

      /**
       * Returns the next ResultSet in a multi-resultset "chain", if any, 
       * null if none exists.
       */
      public ResultSetInternalMethods getNextResultSet();

      public void setStatementUsedForFetchingRows(PreparedStatement stmt);

      /**
       * @param wrapperStatement
       *            The wrapperStatement to set.
       */
      public void setWrapperStatement(java.sql.Statement wrapperStatement);

      /**
       * Builds a hash between column names and their indices for fast retrieval.
       * This is done lazily to support findColumn() and get*(String), as it
       * can be more expensive than just retrieving result set values by ordinal
       * index.
       */
      public void buildIndexMapping() throws SQLException;

      public void initializeWithMetadata() throws SQLException;

      /**
       * Used by DatabaseMetadata implementations to coerce the metadata returned
       * by metadata queries into that required by the JDBC specification.
       * 
       * @param metadataFields the coerced metadata to be applied to result sets 
       * returned by "SHOW ..." or SELECTs on INFORMATION_SCHEMA performed on behalf
       * of methods in DatabaseMetadata.
       */
      public void redefineFieldsForDBMD(Field[] metadataFields);

      public void populateCachedMetaData(CachedResultSetMetaData cachedMetaData) throws SQLException;

      public void initializeFromCachedMetaData(CachedResultSetMetaData cachedMetaData);

}

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