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Invalid state for getResultSet

 
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hi,
i've a jsp page where in i pass queries to the bean and get back vectors. i retrieve the info from the vector as follows..res is the name of the vector.
int i = 0;
while(i < res.size()) {
variable = res.elementAt(i);
out.println(variable+"<BR>");
i = i+1;
}
i used the same logic in other jsp, which worked fine. but in this page it shows an oracle error 'Invalid state for getResultSet'. when i refresh the jsp page, then every thing works fine... but what could be the problem...am i missing out something...this problem is annoying me..any help is appreciated.
thanks
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I think it is better to use enumeration instead of while loop.

If still not getting any record check the size of the vector.
 
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Did you close the resultset, statement or connection before executing this code? Any one of those would explain the error you are getting.
 
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