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Value in the else condition is getting printed as the page loads

sanidhya kumar
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Bear Bibeault
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Posting just code without an explanation isn't going to get you much help. Just posting some text in the subject is not enough.

Please explain in detail what the problem is (beside using scriptlets in a modern JSP )


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sanidhya kumar
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sanidhya kumar wrote:
the message in else statement is getting printed as the page loads,
but it should have been printed only if user name and password is wrong.

sanidhya kumar
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sanidhya kumar wrote:
sanidhya kumar wrote:
the message in else statement is getting printed as the page loads,
but it should have been printed only if user name and password is wrong.
please see line no 64

Bear Bibeault
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Well, I'm sure you know that I'm going to tell you that putting Java code into a JSP, especially database access, is a really bad practice that causes lots of problems, including ones like this.

My advice: move the Java code into Java classes, and use the JSTL and EL on the page rather than obsolete and discredited scriptlets.
Ivan Jozsef Balazs
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Do you intentionally drop the first element of rs?

William P O'Sullivan
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Ivan is correct.

The first rs.next() advances the rs pointer, so if only 1 result then the while rs.next() is false

leading to ... ?

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