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Spring Framework example source code file (RowCountCallbackHandler.java)

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The Spring Framework RowCountCallbackHandler.java source code

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package org.springframework.jdbc.core;

import org.springframework.jdbc.support.JdbcUtils;

import java.sql.ResultSet;
import java.sql.ResultSetMetaData;
import java.sql.SQLException;

 * Implementation of RowCallbackHandler. Convenient superclass for callback handlers.
 * An instance can only be used once.
 * <p>We can either use this on its own (for example, in a test case, to ensure
 * that our result sets have valid dimensions), or use it as a superclass
 * for callback handlers that actually do something, and will benefit
 * from the dimension information it provides.
 * <p>A usage example with JdbcTemplate:
 * <pre class="code">JdbcTemplate jdbcTemplate = new JdbcTemplate(dataSource);  // reusable object
 * RowCountCallbackHandler countCallback = new RowCountCallbackHandler();  // not reusable
 * jdbcTemplate.query("select * from user", countCallback);
 * int rowCount = countCallback.getRowCount();</pre>
 * @author Rod Johnson
 * @since May 3, 2001
public class RowCountCallbackHandler implements RowCallbackHandler {

	/** Rows we've seen so far */
	private int rowCount;

	/** Columns we've seen so far */
	private int columnCount;

	 * Indexed from 0. Type (as in java.sql.Types) for the columns
	 * as returned by ResultSetMetaData object.
	private int[] columnTypes;
	 * Indexed from 0. Column name as returned by ResultSetMetaData object.
	private String[] columnNames;

	 * Implementation of ResultSetCallbackHandler.
	 * Work out column size if this is the first row, otherwise just count rows.
	 * <p>Subclasses can perform custom extraction or processing
	 * by overriding the <code>processRow(ResultSet, int) method.
	 * @see #processRow(java.sql.ResultSet, int)
	public final void processRow(ResultSet rs) throws SQLException {
		if (this.rowCount == 0) {
			ResultSetMetaData rsmd = rs.getMetaData();
			this.columnCount = rsmd.getColumnCount();
			this.columnTypes = new int[this.columnCount];
			this.columnNames = new String[this.columnCount];
			for (int i = 0; i < this.columnCount; i++) {
				this.columnTypes[i] = rsmd.getColumnType(i + 1);
				this.columnNames[i] = JdbcUtils.lookupColumnName(rsmd, i + 1);
			// could also get column names
		processRow(rs, this.rowCount++);

	 * Subclasses may override this to perform custom extraction
	 * or processing. This class's implementation does nothing.
	 * @param rs ResultSet to extract data from. This method is
	 * invoked for each row
	 * @param rowNum number of the current row (starting from 0)
	protected void processRow(ResultSet rs, int rowNum) throws SQLException {

	 * Return the types of the columns as java.sql.Types constants
	 * Valid after processRow is invoked the first time.
	 * @return the types of the columns as java.sql.Types constants.
	 * <b>Indexed from 0 to n-1.
	public final int[] getColumnTypes() {
		return columnTypes;
	 * Return the names of the columns.
	 * Valid after processRow is invoked the first time.
	 * @return the names of the columns.
	 * <b>Indexed from 0 to n-1.
	public final String[] getColumnNames() {
		return columnNames;

	 * Return the row count of this ResultSet
	 * Only valid after processing is complete
	 * @return the number of rows in this ResultSet
	public final int getRowCount() {
		return rowCount;

	 * Return the number of columns in this result set.
	 * Valid once we've seen the first row,
	 * so subclasses can use it during processing
	 * @return the number of columns in this result set
	public final int getColumnCount() {
		return columnCount;


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