The set of rows created by executing a SELECT statement.
A set of data records returned by a query. A record is a set of fields. Each field in the record has a name, which corresponds to either a database column or an expression, and each field contains a single data value.
A Result Set represents the rows that match a particular query. A result set consists of rows of data matching the columns specified in a query (which could be from multiple tables if a join is performed).
The set of rows that gets returned after executing a database query with SQL SELECT.
a set of results of a query
a set of rows on the data source that matches certain criteria
a sort of table with columns and rows filled with result data
a tabular arrangement of the data from the SELECT
A virtual table that is produced by a query, representing all the columns and rows returned by the query in the order you specified.
A result set is a list of objects that are displayed on screen as the results of a search or the result of following a link in a profile page that represents a set (of two or more elements) of related objects of a given type. Result sets typically by default display a reasonable subset of all possible results with navigation controls that allow the manipulation of the number of results shown as well as stepping through the results frame-by-frame. Each result has some sort of identifier or short description indicating what it is, as well as a link to that its profile.
(SQL) The intermediate table that results from execution of the FROM clause of a SELECT statement. queries.php
The output of a SQL query consisting of one or more rows of data.
The information returned by Index Server in response to a query. Also used to define the set of properties or columns to return from the files that matched the query restriction. Scan The action of checking all files and directories for modifications among the virtual roots selected for indexing. When Index Server is first activated it must scan all directories and files to find the documents that may have changed since Index Server was shut down. Scanning is a background operation that allows queries to be executed. Once scanning is complete, Index Server can usually use change notifications to keep its indexes up to date.
The rows that satisfy the conditions of a query. Cloudscape returns these rows through the JDBC interface in a JDBC ResultSet object. You can access the result set one row at a time.
An SQL result set is a set of rows from a database, as well as meta-information about the query such as the column names, and the types and sizes of each column. Depending on the database system, the number of rows in the result set may or may not be known. Usually, this number is not known up front because the result set is built on-the-fly.