The WebRowSet interface extends the CachedRowSet interface and therefore has all of the same capabilities. An implementation of the CachedRowSet interface (which is disconnected and able to operate without a driver) is designed to work especially well with a thin client for passing data in a distributed application or for making a result set scrollable and updatable. Many other RowSet implementations can be designed for other purposes. WebRowSet adds the ability to read and write a rowset in XML format (the ideal format for a web services application). The WebRowSet interface is also a very interesting object from the metadata point of view, because when you convert it to XML, there is a complete section on metadata.
A WebRowSetImpl object uses a WebRowSetXmlReader object to read a rowset in XML format and a WebRowSetXmlWriter object to write a rowset in XML format. The XML version contains a WebRowSetImpl object’s metadata as well as its data.
The schema definition describes the internal data of a RowSet object in three distinct areas:
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