On Friday, January 3, 2003, 1:59:03 AM, David wrote:

> I wrote classes that did this in Java in 1998-1999 and used them in
> several projects for web driven database access (buffered result sets 
> are perfect for web driven stuff, because the result sets will always 
> be reasonably small).  They had some shortcomings, because at that time 
> not all JDBC drivers were up to spec.  For example, the DB2 Type 3 and 
> Type 4 drivers would always pass an empty string as the schema name.  
> Oracle (as is always the case unless it is set correctly by a wise DBA 
> at install time) had its screwy date format and didn't much like the 
> default Sql.Date class.

> I'd be happy to dig up the classes.  In the past when I've explained 
> what they did, nobody expressed any interest.

> Dave


I'd very much like to see the code if you're willing to share it,
Dave.

Cheers,
Gavin