In distributed client-server applications, ResultSetMetaData might provide a minor performance problem. That is, for every bit of information, you have to call a specific method. There is no single method call to get most of the metadata from a ResultSet object. In order to eliminate this minor problem, server-side code should return the metadata result as an XML object(which represents ResultSetMetaData information in a structured fashion) rather than returning an instance of ResultSetMetaData. This way, the client can invoke a single method and get the desired answer from an XML document.
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