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servlet database connnetivity using MS SQL server

Catherine austin
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The following code runs fine but prints "failed connection" .
Here's the code :" form.html"



Code for servlet : "ganesha.java"




Kindly help me sort out this.
Matthew Brown
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You're printing "Failed connection" in a finally block. That means it's always going to be printed - the finally block will always run (that's what it's for).

I suspect what you really wanted to do was print that out if there's an exception, in which case it needs to be in a catch block.
 
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