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class:SQLInput [NONE]

  • All Known Implementing Classes:
    SQLInputImpl

    public interface SQLInput
    
    An input stream that contains a stream of values representing an instance of an SQL structured type or an SQL distinct type. This interface, used only for custom mapping, is used by the driver behind the scenes, and a programmer never directly invokes SQLInput methods. The reader methods (readLong, readBytes, and so on) provide a way for an implementation of the SQLData interface to read the values in an SQLInput object. And as described in SQLData, calls to reader methods must be made in the order that their corresponding attributes appear in the SQL definition of the type. The method wasNull is used to determine whether the last value read was SQL NULL.

    When the method getObject is called with an object of a class implementing the interface SQLData, the JDBC driver calls the method SQLData.getSQLType to determine the SQL type of the user-defined type (UDT) being custom mapped. The driver creates an instance of SQLInput, populating it with the attributes of the UDT. The driver then passes the input stream to the method SQLData.readSQL, which in turn calls the SQLInput reader methods in its implementation for reading the attributes from the input stream.

    Since:
    1.2

method:readString() [NONE]

  • readString

    String readString()
               throws SQLException
    
    Reads the next attribute in the stream and returns it as a String in the Java programming language.
    Returns:
    the attribute; if the value is SQL NULL, returns null
    Throws:
    SQLException - if a database access error occurs
    SQLFeatureNotSupportedException - if the JDBC driver does not support this method
    Since:
    1.2

method:readBoolean() [NONE]

  • readBoolean

    boolean readBoolean()
                 throws SQLException
    
    Reads the next attribute in the stream and returns it as a boolean in the Java programming language.
    Returns:
    the attribute; if the value is SQL NULL, returns false
    Throws:
    SQLException - if a database access error occurs
    SQLFeatureNotSupportedException - if the JDBC driver does not support this method
    Since:
    1.2

method:readByte() [NONE]

  • readByte

    byte readByte()
           throws SQLException
    
    Reads the next attribute in the stream and returns it as a byte in the Java programming language.
    Returns:
    the attribute; if the value is SQL NULL, returns 0
    Throws:
    SQLException - if a database access error occurs
    SQLFeatureNotSupportedException - if the JDBC driver does not support this method
    Since:
    1.2

method:readShort() [NONE]

  • readShort

    short readShort()
             throws SQLException
    
    Reads the next attribute in the stream and returns it as a short in the Java programming language.
    Returns:
    the attribute; if the value is SQL NULL, returns 0
    Throws:
    SQLException - if a database access error occurs
    SQLFeatureNotSupportedException - if the JDBC driver does not support this method
    Since:
    1.2

method:readInt() [NONE]

  • readInt

    int readInt()
         throws SQLException
    
    Reads the next attribute in the stream and returns it as an int in the Java programming language.
    Returns:
    the attribute; if the value is SQL NULL, returns 0
    Throws:
    SQLException - if a database access error occurs
    SQLFeatureNotSupportedException - if the JDBC driver does not support this method
    Since:
    1.2

method:readLong() [NONE]

  • readLong

    long readLong()
           throws SQLException
    
    Reads the next attribute in the stream and returns it as a long in the Java programming language.
    Returns:
    the attribute; if the value is SQL NULL, returns 0
    Throws:
    SQLException - if a database access error occurs
    SQLFeatureNotSupportedException - if the JDBC driver does not support this method
    Since:
    1.2

method:readFloat() [NONE]

  • readFloat

    float readFloat()
             throws SQLException
    
    Reads the next attribute in the stream and returns it as a float in the Java programming language.
    Returns:
    the attribute; if the value is SQL NULL, returns 0
    Throws:
    SQLException - if a database access error occurs
    SQLFeatureNotSupportedException - if the JDBC driver does not support this method
    Since:
    1.2

method:readDouble() [NONE]

  • readDouble

    double readDouble()
               throws SQLException
    
    Reads the next attribute in the stream and returns it as a double in the Java programming language.
    Returns:
    the attribute; if the value is SQL NULL, returns 0
    Throws:
    SQLException - if a database access error occurs
    SQLFeatureNotSupportedException - if the JDBC driver does not support this method
    Since:
    1.2

method:readBigDecimal() [NONE]

  • readBigDecimal

    BigDecimal readBigDecimal()
                       throws SQLException
    
    Reads the next attribute in the stream and returns it as a java.math.BigDecimal object in the Java programming language.
    Returns:
    the attribute; if the value is SQL NULL, returns null
    Throws:
    SQLException - if a database access error occurs
    SQLFeatureNotSupportedException - if the JDBC driver does not support this method
    Since:
    1.2

method:readBytes() [NONE]

  • readBytes

    byte[] readBytes()
              throws SQLException
    
    Reads the next attribute in the stream and returns it as an array of bytes in the Java programming language.
    Returns:
    the attribute; if the value is SQL NULL, returns null
    Throws:
    SQLException - if a database access error occurs
    SQLFeatureNotSupportedException - if the JDBC driver does not support this method
    Since:
    1.2

method:readDate() [NONE]

  • readDate

    Date readDate()
           throws SQLException
    
    Reads the next attribute in the stream and returns it as a java.sql.Date object.
    Returns:
    the attribute; if the value is SQL NULL, returns null
    Throws:
    SQLException - if a database access error occurs
    SQLFeatureNotSupportedException - if the JDBC driver does not support this method
    Since:
    1.2

method:readTime() [NONE]

  • readTime

    Time readTime()
           throws SQLException
    
    Reads the next attribute in the stream and returns it as a java.sql.Time object.
    Returns:
    the attribute; if the value is SQL NULL, returns null
    Throws:
    SQLException - if a database access error occurs
    SQLFeatureNotSupportedException - if the JDBC driver does not support this method
    Since:
    1.2

method:readTimestamp() [NONE]

  • readTimestamp

    Timestamp readTimestamp()
                     throws SQLException
    
    Reads the next attribute in the stream and returns it as a java.sql.Timestamp object.
    Returns:
    the attribute; if the value is SQL NULL, returns null
    Throws:
    SQLException - if a database access error occurs
    SQLFeatureNotSupportedException - if the JDBC driver does not support this method
    Since:
    1.2

method:readCharacterStream() [NONE]

  • readCharacterStream

    Reader readCharacterStream()
                        throws SQLException
    
    Reads the next attribute in the stream and returns it as a stream of Unicode characters.
    Returns:
    the attribute; if the value is SQL NULL, returns null
    Throws:
    SQLException - if a database access error occurs
    SQLFeatureNotSupportedException - if the JDBC driver does not support this method
    Since:
    1.2

method:readAsciiStream() [NONE]

  • readAsciiStream

    InputStream readAsciiStream()
                         throws SQLException
    
    Reads the next attribute in the stream and returns it as a stream of ASCII characters.
    Returns:
    the attribute; if the value is SQL NULL, returns null
    Throws:
    SQLException - if a database access error occurs
    SQLFeatureNotSupportedException - if the JDBC driver does not support this method
    Since:
    1.2

method:readBinaryStream() [NONE]

  • readBinaryStream

    InputStream readBinaryStream()
                          throws SQLException
    
    Reads the next attribute in the stream and returns it as a stream of uninterpreted bytes.
    Returns:
    the attribute; if the value is SQL NULL, returns null
    Throws:
    SQLException - if a database access error occurs
    SQLFeatureNotSupportedException - if the JDBC driver does not support this method
    Since:
    1.2

method:readObject() [NONE]

  • readObject

    Object readObject()
               throws SQLException
    
    Reads the datum at the head of the stream and returns it as an Object in the Java programming language. The actual type of the object returned is determined by the default type mapping, and any customizations present in this stream's type map.

    A type map is registered with the stream by the JDBC driver before the stream is passed to the application.

    When the datum at the head of the stream is an SQL NULL, the method returns null. If the datum is an SQL structured or distinct type, it determines the SQL type of the datum at the head of the stream. If the stream's type map has an entry for that SQL type, the driver constructs an object of the appropriate class and calls the method SQLData.readSQL on that object, which reads additional data from the stream, using the protocol described for that method.

    Returns:
    the datum at the head of the stream as an Object in the Java programming language;null if the datum is SQL NULL
    Throws:
    SQLException - if a database access error occurs
    SQLFeatureNotSupportedException - if the JDBC driver does not support this method
    Since:
    1.2

method:readRef() [NONE]

  • readRef

    Ref readRef()
         throws SQLException
    
    Reads an SQL REF value from the stream and returns it as a Ref object in the Java programming language.
    Returns:
    a Ref object representing the SQL REF value at the head of the stream; null if the value read is SQL NULL
    Throws:
    SQLException - if a database access error occurs
    SQLFeatureNotSupportedException - if the JDBC driver does not support this method
    Since:
    1.2

method:readBlob() [NONE]

  • readBlob

    Blob readBlob()
           throws SQLException
    
    Reads an SQL BLOB value from the stream and returns it as a Blob object in the Java programming language.
    Returns:
    a Blob object representing data of the SQL BLOB value at the head of the stream; null if the value read is SQL NULL
    Throws:
    SQLException - if a database access error occurs
    SQLFeatureNotSupportedException - if the JDBC driver does not support this method
    Since:
    1.2

method:readClob() [NONE]

  • readClob

    Clob readClob()
           throws SQLException
    
    Reads an SQL CLOB value from the stream and returns it as a Clob object in the Java programming language.
    Returns:
    a Clob object representing data of the SQL CLOB value at the head of the stream; null if the value read is SQL NULL
    Throws:
    SQLException - if a database access error occurs
    SQLFeatureNotSupportedException - if the JDBC driver does not support this method
    Since:
    1.2

method:readArray() [NONE]

  • readArray

    Array readArray()
             throws SQLException
    
    Reads an SQL ARRAY value from the stream and returns it as an Array object in the Java programming language.
    Returns:
    an Array object representing data of the SQL ARRAY value at the head of the stream; null if the value read is SQL NULL
    Throws:
    SQLException - if a database access error occurs
    SQLFeatureNotSupportedException - if the JDBC driver does not support this method
    Since:
    1.2

method:wasNull() [NONE]

  • wasNull

    boolean wasNull()
             throws SQLException
    
    Retrieves whether the last value read was SQL NULL.
    Returns:
    true if the most recently read SQL value was SQL NULL; false otherwise
    Throws:
    SQLException - if a database access error occurs
    SQLFeatureNotSupportedException - if the JDBC driver does not support this method
    Since:
    1.2

method:readURL() [NONE]

  • readURL

    URL readURL()
         throws SQLException
    
    Reads an SQL DATALINK value from the stream and returns it as a java.net.URL object in the Java programming language.
    Returns:
    a java.net.URL object.
    Throws:
    SQLException - if a database access error occurs, or if a URL is malformed
    SQLFeatureNotSupportedException - if the JDBC driver does not support this method
    Since:
    1.4

method:readNClob() [NONE]

  • readNClob

    NClob readNClob()
             throws SQLException
    
    Reads an SQL NCLOB value from the stream and returns it as a NClob object in the Java programming language.
    Returns:
    a NClob object representing data of the SQL NCLOB value at the head of the stream; null if the value read is SQL NULL
    Throws:
    SQLException - if a database access error occurs
    SQLFeatureNotSupportedException - if the JDBC driver does not support this method
    Since:
    1.6

method:readNString() [NONE]

  • readNString

    String readNString()
                throws SQLException
    
    Reads the next attribute in the stream and returns it as a String in the Java programming language. It is intended for use when accessing NCHAR,NVARCHAR and LONGNVARCHAR columns.
    Returns:
    the attribute; if the value is SQL NULL, returns null
    Throws:
    SQLException - if a database access error occurs
    SQLFeatureNotSupportedException - if the JDBC driver does not support this method
    Since:
    1.6

method:readSQLXML() [NONE]

  • readSQLXML

    SQLXML readSQLXML()
               throws SQLException
    
    Reads an SQL XML value from the stream and returns it as a SQLXML object in the Java programming language.
    Returns:
    a SQLXML object representing data of the SQL XML value at the head of the stream; null if the value read is SQL NULL
    Throws:
    SQLException - if a database access error occurs
    SQLFeatureNotSupportedException - if the JDBC driver does not support this method
    Since:
    1.6

method:readRowId() [NONE]

  • readRowId

    RowId readRowId()
             throws SQLException
    
    Reads an SQL ROWID value from the stream and returns it as a RowId object in the Java programming language.
    Returns:
    a RowId object representing data of the SQL ROWID value at the head of the stream; null if the value read is SQL NULL
    Throws:
    SQLException - if a database access error occurs
    SQLFeatureNotSupportedException - if the JDBC driver does not support this method
    Since:
    1.6

method:readObject(java.lang.Class) [NONE]

  • readObject

    default <T> T readObject​(Class<T> type)
                      throws SQLException
    
    Reads the next attribute in the stream and returns it as an Object in the Java programming language. The actual type of the object returned is determined by the specified Java data type, and any customizations present in this stream's type map.

    A type map is registered with the stream by the JDBC driver before the stream is passed to the application.

    When the attribute at the head of the stream is an SQL NULL the method returns null. If the attribute is an SQL structured or distinct type, it determines the SQL type of the attribute at the head of the stream. If the stream's type map has an entry for that SQL type, the driver constructs an object of the appropriate class and calls the method SQLData.readSQL on that object, which reads additional data from the stream, using the protocol described for that method.

    The default implementation will throw SQLFeatureNotSupportedException

    Type Parameters:
    T - the type of the class modeled by this Class object
    Parameters:
    type - Class representing the Java data type to convert the attribute to.
    Returns:
    the attribute at the head of the stream as an Object in the Java programming language;null if the attribute is SQL NULL
    Throws:
    SQLException - if a database access error occurs
    SQLFeatureNotSupportedException - if the JDBC driver does not support this method
    Since:
    1.8

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