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Problem referencing array from another class

Parka Teoh
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I have an array in a jdbc class file.
But I can't reference it in another class file in the same package.


Here's my jdbc connection class code



and further down (in the same file )I have



in another file called file2.java, I tried to reference the array in the above file using the following...



I've got null printed.

I don't know what I've missed...

[ October 17, 2004: Message edited by: Parka Teoh ]
[ October 17, 2004: Message edited by: Parka Teoh ]

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Jeanne Boyarsky
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Parka,
Is the System.out.println() writing at least once? Maybe the query isn't returning any data.


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Parka Teoh
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I've tried System.out.println in the connection file too. And the queries were printed out correctly. I have 9 items, and all the 9 items were displayed.

But somehow when I run the other java file to reference the array from the connection file, it returns null.

hmmm...

Jeanne Boyarsky
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Parka,
Since we've established this isn't a JDBC problem, I'm moving it to Java In General. The people who hang out there know a lot about the language itself and can be more helpful.
 
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