As we all know search in Oracle are case sensitive. But how will somebody extract something like "java" when the actual value stored in db is "JaVa". Is there any way to achieve this. Any help would be appreciated.. Thanks Shikhar
Hi sikhar C u have to do one thing.. if it helps u ... what ever values u r storing in database just make one trend ...inserta ll values in one case ..choose ..upper case or lower case ... and when u search for ...any word change the type of string in same case which u choosed for at the time of inserting ..... this works fine ..Iam running it for a nice search may user fill upper or lower it works fine... regds sandeep
Hi Sandeep, Your approach will work. But this can't be applied everywhere. For example in my case (email management system) where following customer info is to be stored: Customer name. Emailaddress. Greeting. etc. Customer will not agree to change the name for example from 'Sandeep Balyan' to sandeep balyan'. Anyway thanks for all your inputs and keep updated if something new comes up
Joined: Jul 25, 2001
Hi friend IAm not telling u to say u r user to change write according to u .. C do one thing U must be taking u r values from a form .. and taking in jsp using.or any thing u must be doing .by String A=request.getParameter ...Method... after taking a value in variable..just use exp.. String B=A.toUpperCase(); and than save to database it will be always in same case may u r user enter in any case.. I think so this wiil help u .. regds sandeep
Joined: Jan 25, 2001
Hi sandeep, Agreed with your point. But my question is: Definitely you can store the data as you want (in uppercase or lowercase). But what about retriveing and displaying the data. User has entered 'JaVa'. Server componeny has changed and persisted it as 'JAVA'. But how will you retrieve it back and display it as 'JaVa'.
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