Patch rejected, and hopefully resubmitted.

> On Wed, 8 Aug 2001 11:19:32 -0400 (EDT), Greg Zoller wrote:
> >> Specifically you can now use the ResultSet.getArray() method 
> >> to return an java.sql.Array object. Its a really convenient 
> >> way to load up a Java array with one columns' worth of results.
> I don't think this patch is a correct implementation of the JDBC
> spec. I've mailed this to Greg:
> R>Isn't ResultSet.getArray() supposed to fetch *one* value 
> R>(the value of one column in one row) and interpret that as 
> R>a structured value of an SQL array field
> R>(
> R>It looks like your code is looping through the ResultSet 
> R>and gathering data from multiple rows.
> And received this reply:
> G>You know what... I may have misinterpreted the JDBC spec!
> G>My original understanding was that getArray was supposed to
> G>iterate through a ResultSet and load up a Java array with
> G>the contents of a given field (i.e. column).  But now as
> G>I re-read the specification it does actually mean the
> G>interpretation you gave (load a single field of type array
> G>into a Java array object).
> G>
> G>So it seems that my implementation of Array is based on a
> G>misunderstanding. :-(
> G>
> G>Massive bummer.  Please disregard my patch.
> Greg, I do hope you continue your efforts! Not bad for a first
> patch anyway, mine was only 2 lines. We still need Array support
> badly... (hint, hint) :-)
> Regards,
> Ren? Pijlman

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