5 years ago in JDBC

How can you retrieve information from a ResultSet?

[A] By invoking the method get(..., String type) on the ResultSet, where type is the database type
[B] By invoking the method get(..., Type type) on the ResultSet, where Type is an object which represents a database type
[C] By invoking the method getValue(...), and cast the result to the desired Java type.
[D] By invoking the special getter methods on the ResultSet: getString(...), getBoolean (...), getClob(...)
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Sailaja
Sailaja - 1 week ago

Sailaja from Surat, India is saying By invoking the special getter methods on the ResultSet: getString(...), getBoolean (...), getClob(...) is correct answer

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Zo Go - 1 month ago

Zo Go from Casablanca, Morocco is saying By invoking the special getter methods on the ResultSet: getString(...), getBoolean (...), getClob(...) is correct answer

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Reshma sunil Reshma - 1 month ago

Reshma sunil Reshma from Ahmedabad, India is saying By invoking the method get(..., Type type) on the ResultSet, where Type is an object which represents a database type is correct answer

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Aashi Garg - 1 month ago

Aashi Garg from Greater Noida, India is saying By invoking the method get(..., Type type) on the ResultSet, where Type is an object which represents a database type is correct answer

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Youssef ELASERY - 1 month ago

Youssef ELASERY from Casablanca, Morocco is saying By invoking the method get(..., String type) on the ResultSet, where type is the database type is correct answer

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