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List pointer value is getting printed instead of data

 
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Hi,

I've the below DAO File.



And the below Servlet



Here i'm trying to print the first value (caseNumber) in a jsp textbox using the below code.



But the output i getting is as below



but instead of this i need the exact value at there. please let me know where am i going wrong and how do i fix it.

Thanks,
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Are you meant to display just the first item or all the records in the list?

If the latter, better to use the <c:foreach> to loop through the list.
 
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Why use toString() rather than a getter (accessor) that gives you the value that you want?
 
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K. Tsang wrote:Are you meant to display just the first item or all the records in the list?

If the latter, better to use the <c:foreach> to loop through the list.



Hi Tsang, I don't want to retrieve all the values, i want only the first value to be retrieved.
 
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Bear Bibeault wrote:Why use toString() rather than a getter (accessor) that gives you the value that you want?



Hi Bear,

Thanks for this tip. I did it (using below) and got the result as expected.



Thanks Again
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