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Problem to display clob data

 
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Hello,

Oracle version is: 11.2, jdk7 and tomcat apache-tomcat-6.0.18
I am facing problem to retriew record from database. my code is as follow:


The record exists for desc2 but the above code output is "null" for desc2 whereas I checked on SQL prompt and its working fine.


I also called only desc2 column and its displaying ok.


My table structure is:

I stuck here. Please help me

Best regards
 
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Farakh,
You state that the data type for column DESC2 in table NEWSARTICLES is CLOB.
In that case I believe you must change the following line of your java code:

to this:

Good Luck,
Avi.
 
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Thanks Avi Abrami I tried and now it displaying:


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If you'd check the methods in java.sql.Clob you'd see one that returns a String. It takes two parameters, the start and end of the substring. If you provide 0 and clob.length() that will get you the entire text.
 
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