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Tom Enders
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Why is my record set closed when I try to read from it the line after I execute the sql statement?
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Tom,
Can you show the relevant code snippet?


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What database and JDBC driver are you using?

If you comment out the ifClosed() check, what happens? Could it be that your query returns no results?


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Tom Enders
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It's working now. The problem was with my inserts. They were not executing because I had some bad boolean logic surrounding them. So, the problem wasn't actually with this piece of code.
 
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