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PreparedStatment - Search Page

arunkumar subramanian
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Hi

I have a search page with some text boxes (empno, ename, designation, deptno) where the user can enter some values to search. How to create a prepared statement for this search?


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Jeanne Boyarsky
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You would need to use some if statements to append just the entered fields in the query.


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Ryan Webb
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try this.



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Jeanne Boyarsky
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Ryan,
That won't work. SQL requires "and" rather than "," to separate commas.



The reason I didn't suggest this is it implies all of the fields were entered. If any are optional, Arunkumar needs to write logic to concatenate the relevant parts of the where clause.
 
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