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Is any problem with this code?

 
Jayii Young
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Statement sql = con.createStatement();
ResultSet rs1 = sql.executeQuery(sql1);
ResultSet rs2 = sql.executeQuery(sql2);
String Value1 = rs1.getString(1);
String Value2 = rs2.getString(1);
 
Blake Minghelli
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Originally posted by Jayii Young:
Statement sql = con.createStatement();
ResultSet rs1 = sql.executeQuery(sql1);
ResultSet rs2 = sql.executeQuery(sql2);
String Value1 = rs1.getString(1);
String Value2 = rs2.getString(1);

Yes, that won't work correctly. A Statement can only be used to read one ResultSet at a time. As soon as you execute the second query, the first ResultSet is automatically closed.
If you need to read from more than one ResultSet at a time, then you must use different Statements.
 
Jayii Young
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Thanks Blake!
 
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