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Help on PreparedStatement

Mondli Mabaso

Joined: Sep 26, 2003
Posts: 18
Slight problem with PreparedStatement. I am attempting to retrieve the actual SQL String object from the PreparedStatement without luck. I want to this because I want to save the SQL strings in a file.

Do u have any ideas - your help will be greatly appreciated.

Thank u


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Paul Sturrock

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Can you show us your code?

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You can use a DebuggableStatement. JavaRanch describes this option in more detail. Alternatively, you can use the open-source P6Spy

This is a good question that Dave gets to answer every couple of months. I added it to the FAQ.

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