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How to retrieve results from DB in sections

How to retrieve results from DB in sections

How to retrieve results from DB in sections

(OP)
I have a query that sometimes returns a ResultSet that is too large for memeory (yes, I have added the java params to set the memory as high as possible, but still crashes). Is there a way to limit the size and still retrieve everything in segments or sessions?
Example, the full results will return 10,000 rows, but it's too large so I want to get 5,000 rows, then the next 5,000 rows. We are using Spring jdbc classes and I can't seem to find a way to do it using getMoreResults and setMaxRows

RE: How to retrieve results from DB in sections

(OP)
No - using IBM DB2

RE: How to retrieve results from DB in sections

What do yo mean with "seem to find a way"? What did you try so far?

Cheers,
Dian

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