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Re: InstantDB: Union supported?


Martin

Sorry, I must have missed the request for UNIONs. I'm pretty busy just now,
But I'll see what I can do to get it into an upcoming release.

The timeout problem is puzzling. Zero is the default value, which should
prevent any timeout being activated. ScriptTool (formerly "sample") sets a
timeout of 300 secs, but from what you were saying it doesn;t sound like you
were using ScriptTool.

When you say that the results were different, do you mean that you actually
got different data back, or that an exception gets thrown?

Regards

Peter Hearty
Lutris Technologies UK Ltd.
-----Original Message-----
From: martin.husted@notes.electrolux.dk <martin.husted@notes.electrolux.dk>
To: instantDB@enhydra.org <instantDB@enhydra.org>
Date: 30 May 2000 10:17
Subject: Re: InstantDB: Union supported?


>Hey Peter,
>I asked for this some time ago, and hope you some day will get the time to
make
>it.
>
>I have a question on Statement.setQueryTimeout(): what happens if I don't
set
>the time out, is there a
>default timeout or ..? I just had a query where if I made a execute (query)
and
>thereafter getResultSet(), didn't
>give the same result as execute (query), System.out.println(query)  and
>thereafter getResultSet(). I have now set the
>query timeout = 0 and it looks like it works.
>
>
>Regrads
>Martin
>
>
>
>
>
>"Peter Hearty" <peter.hearty@ceasar.demon.co.uk> on 29-05-2000 15:08:10
>
>Please respond to instantDB@enhydra.org
>
>To:   instantDB@enhydra.org
>cc:
>Subject:  Re: InstantDB: Union supported?
>
>
>
>Fadoua
>
>Sorry - InstantDB doesn't currently support UNIONs.
>
>Regards
>
>Peter Hearty
>Lutris Technologies UK Ltd.
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Fadoua Ouerdiane <ouerdiane@internolix.com>
>To: instantDB@enhydra.org <instantDB@enhydra.org>
>Date: 29 May 2000 14:55
>Subject: InstantDB: Union supported?
>
>
>Dear Peter
>
>Does InstantDB support th word Union [all] in a select statement?
>
>I appreciate your help and thank you in advance .
>
>with best regards
>
>Fadoua
>============================
>Dipl.-Inf. Fadoua Ouerdiane
>manager
>
>Internolix Tunisia
>Immeuble l'arche du lac 2eme etage
>2045 les berges du lac deTunis
>Tel: +216 [0] 1 960 599
>Fax: +216 [0] 1 960 576
>email: internolix.gnet.tn
>
>
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