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Invalid Descriptor Index

 
Latha Kota
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I am trying to output some data from back end. My SQL query is correct but I am getting an error Invalid Descriptor Index. I dont know what this means. Can someone tell me what exactly this means?
 
Juanjo Bazan
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What is the code where you access your ResultSet?
Check if you are trying to access the columns in the proper order or with the correct column index.
 
Rakesh Gadre
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Hi,
I think you are trying to access such a column which is not a part of the ResultSet. Or check the way in which you are fetching the data from the ResultSet.
rakesh
 
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