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i created login form. the above code is for jButton1(submit) button.I receive the following error


SQL EXCEPTION:[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Invalid object name 'loginform'.

can you please tell me why the above error is displaying
 
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What is the name of the Table of your Database you are trying to insert in to here? Is it not the same as "loginform"?
 
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The table name is 'loginform'.
 
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Dhivya rajagopal wrote:

The table name is 'loginform'.



Is the database with your table?

Is your database URL correct?
 
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Unrelated to the question: Why you execute two SELECT statements which you don't seems to use the results for anything? And why you use jdbc/odbc driver here?

Is there any other errors in the stack trace (full stack trace)? I suggest you test with only one statement against database and see what happens.

 
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