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2.2.2.6 Response Completion ("DONE")

The client reads results in logical units and can tell when all results have been received by examining the DONE token data stream.

When executing a batch of SQL statements, the server MUST return a DONE token data stream for each set of results. All but the last DONE will have the DONE_MORE bit set in the Status field of the DONE token data stream. Therefore, the client can always tell after reading a DONE whether or not there are more results. For more details about the DONE token, see section 2.2.7.5.

For stored procedures, completion of SQL statements in the stored procedure is indicated by a DONEINPROC token data stream for each SQL statement and a DONEPROC token data stream for each completed stored procedure. For more details about DONEINPROC and DONEPROC tokens, see section 2.2.7.6 and 2.2.7.7, respectively.

 
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