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Thanks in a million times for your kind help. i am really exhausted by this problem And this is a simple java code running on linux and i just try to connect it with mysql database. when i insert a new record, it is ok and i can find the new row in the right table in the database. but when i write like this "select id from employees" or rs.getString("id"); then the error says that no column name like "id" exists or he cannot find "name". but in mysql database, the exactly same column name does exist. so i try to use index instead of column name, like rs.getString(1). when running this code i can only see some empty rows as result. Looks like i can only input(or insert) but cannot output the data. Anything wrong with my linux OS or mysql or whatever? i really appreciatee ur help. thx
This may or may not be cause for your problem, but as a general practise, try not to use column names like 'id', 'name' for database columns, you might get some weird results (with commercial products as well) But if that is the problem here try using a "select * from employees" and then get rs.getString(1) and check out if that solves your problem.