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    Hi All

    I want to stop my threads invokation.

    My code is like this -

    public void run(){
    strClobOutput = extract(strqueue,iPartitionSize);
    System.out.println("strClobOutput :" + strClobOutput);
    objTransformation.transfrom(strClobOutput);
    }

    I am getting counts as global variable from a table.

    public String extract(String strQueue, int iPartition) {
    iRecordsCount = cs_extraction_sp.getInt(4);
    }

    I want to check if iRecordsCount = 0, then stop executing extractor.

    please suggest me on this.

    Regards
    Jyoti

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    public void run()
    {
    while(cs_extraction_sp.getInt(iRecordsCount) > 0){}

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