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problem with rs.getString

mike sutton
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Joined: Dec 07, 2000
Posts: 14
I want to do different things based on the results of a field in my table. I can do a

out.println(rs.getString("admin_type"))
and it will show me the correct information. But when I try this line
if (rs.getString("admin_type").equals("ORGIN")) {...
I get an sql exception.
could someone please tell me what is wrong with this line, or if I am totally off base how I can implement an if statement based on the result of a field in a dbase.

thanks in advance
Mike
never mind I figured it out. I added a vector like this

Vector type = new Vector();
added a string
String[] admintype = null;
and then added this code
type.addElement(rs.getString(3));...
admintype = new String[type.size()];
type.copyInto(admintype);
now this line works
if (admintype.equals("ORGIN")) {...
(thought I would add this in case any other newbie had a similar problem.)

[This message has been edited by mike sutton (edited December 14, 2000).]
[This message has been edited by mike sutton (edited December 14, 2000).]
 
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