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ResultSet Exhausted Error

 
sovan chatt
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I have the following java class which is called from a servlet ...Whenever I try to retrieve the data using getString()method I get a resultset exhausted message...But when I replaced withit worked...I am totally confused...I am giving both the sevlet code and java class code here....

 
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Moved to the JDBC forum.
 
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If you are saying the issue is solved, just by replacing s1 with "700x900", the issue can't be with your code.
It could either be a data issue or that s1 does not have the correct value during execution. Better check your data.

Since you are already printing s1 before execution, I can only guess that there may be an extra space in the end.
 
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Also, is the below code supposed to be inside the while loop



If it is in the while loop, I don't think the s1 will have proper values everytime.
 
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Also, is the below code supposed to be inside the while loop

If it is in the while loop, I don't think the s1 will have proper values everytime.

@Sandeep Sanaboyina Why do you think if s is inside while loop s1 wont get proper values...?And there is no extra space in values of s1...please reply..
 
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