Retrieves a result set holding the elements of the subarray that starts at index and contains up to count successive elements.
- Teradata only supports standard mapping. Any custom map provided in the call will be ignored.
- This method only supports 1-D arrays.
A ResultSet object containing up to count consecutive elements of the SQL array designated by this Array object, starting at index.
- The first column stores the index into the array for that element.
- The second column stores the element value.
Note that this routine may return less than count number of elements in the array. Any uninitialized elements in the array are not returned.
ResultSet getResultSet(long index, int count, Map<String,Class<?>> map) throws SQLException
- The array index of the first element to retrieve. The first element is at index 1.
- The number of successive SQL array elements to retrieve.
- The Map object that contains the mapping of SQL type names to classes in the Java programming language.
- The method is called for an N-D array. A database specific code “9743(ERRUDFJAVARRAY)< <Method> cannot be called for N-D Arrays >” is returned.
- An error occurs while attempting to access the array. A database specific code “9743 (ERRUDFJAVARRAY)<Failed to retrieve result set of Array elements>” is returned.