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Hi GUys I am facing a problem in my SQL query..when I use apostrophe (')
Explaination: I want to search Java's in the search crieteria
so my SQL looks like
I used java's in my search textbox and following broblem is created in the
QUERY: sql= select distinct project from Project as project where project.projectStatus.projectStage = 1 and ( project.deleted is null or project.deleted <> 1 ) and ( project.inactive is null or project.inactive <> 1 )and ( project.additionalSkills like '%java's%' or project.summary like '%java's%' or project.version like '%java's%' or project.projectRequirements like '%java's%' ) Order By project.id
Session s = null; s = getSession(); s.find(sql);
ERROR: Could not execute query java.sql.SQLException: Syntax error or access violation message from server: "You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 's% ' or project.summary like ' %java 's%' )or(project0_.VERSION like '%java' s% ' at line 1" at com.mysql.jdbc.MysqlIO.checkErrorPacket(MysqlIO.java:1997)
Solution I tried:
I tried replacing ( ' ) with \' using standard String.replaceAll() method
using the following code .
Session s = null; s = getSession(); s.find(sql.replaceAll("'", "\'"));
but still get the same error ...I think the find method is again using the (') as it is ... any idea or solution will be highly appreciated.