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At least one parameter to the current statement is uninitialized

 
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I'm lost, trying to take dates from two jDateChoosers then query derby database table "TEST5" column "DATEDATE" to list all records between these two dates out to my jTable.
My stored dates are in a single column "DateDate" in table "TEST5"  Want to spand between these two dates (dateStart and dateEnd)



java.sql.SQLException: At least one parameter to the current statement is uninitialized.

Don't know why I'm getting this error
 
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Try this code
 
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Your Awesome!!  Thank-you!  Works great!  (I did added the "*" , I want all the columns to be call up in my search span)

 
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