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1. Cannot detect error in the following jdbc code

replacing it with

package p1;

import java.sql.*;

public class jdbcDemo


    public static void main(String args[])
    { int id = 0;

2. I have an error "incompatible type" with the PreparedStatement

import java.sql.*;
public class preparedstatementdemo
    public static void main(String arg[]) throws Exception

3. Class.forName() missing type error

4. preparedStatement error

5. Class.forName() error

Hi Mike, Make sure that class you are going to load is in your classpath first. second, you should look at top of stack trace, there is a reanson why it throws such exception. JDK1.3 is using same method. but you may use Class.forName("your.class").newInstance(); I wish it would help??? [ March 22, 2002: Message edited by: Sunny Liu ]

6. error using class.forName()

Hi there: I'm developing some application with an odbc link. I'm still testing it on a stand-alone PC and everything runs fine. Once I change the regular class, for an applet I'm getting some errors, so that the programs fails. Here are some lines of code: try { Class.forName("sun.jdbc.odbc.JdbcOdbcDriver"); } catch(java.lang.ClassNotFoundException e) { System.err.print("ClassNotFoundException: " + e.getMessage()); System.exit(1); } the line ...

7. cachedrowset writeData error

i am trying to do an update on a table, with the help of a cachedrowset ( from sun rowset1.0). i am able to perform the updates to the resultset and when i finally call the acceptchanges() method, i am getting an error. it says "SQLException: writeData cannot determine the table name" When i tried to debug this, by invoking the ...

8. PreparedStatement's Error Reporting

The JDBC drivers for most databases (Oracle, DB2, SQLServer, etc) are notoriously horrible at giving error messages. You're usually much better off (if you can) to look in the server logs. If you're using type 2 drivers (like the oracle OCI or DB2Connect), you can also turn up the client side logging and get more info. If you can't get to ...

9. Prepared Statement Error

Assuming that "STOREID" is an integer value, you need to make sure you call ".setInt(1, xxx);" on the prepared statement, where "xxx" is the int value you are searching on. This has to be done before you call "executeQuery()" on the prepared statement. When you set up a prepared statement, the question marks (?) represent parameters that you will specify at ...

10. DriverManager error

I have tried this code in both JDeveloper 10g and Netbeans 3.5. I cannot get the DriverManager to recognize the oracle driver. I can connect to the database, but the driver isn't recognized. Here's my code: import java.sql.*; public class RequestSQL { public static void main (String args[]) { //declare connection and stament objects Connection myConnection = null; Statement myStatement = ...

11. why rowset exhausted error coming?

dear pmani, first of all the way you are creating pstmt1 is not perfect. the number of records in outer resulult set will cause the same number of times pstmt1 to be created instead of this you can create pstmt1 once and reuse it by calling method clearParameters() over statement. can you paste the exception/error you are getting

12. benefit of PreparedStatement if closed due to error: maximum open cursors exceeded

Hi ranchers, I get the error "maximum open cursors exceeded", after my program runs for some time. I understand that this is occuring because either the open cursors in the db is too less or I am supposed to be closing my prepared statement obects after each use. Let me explain my requirement: This code executes the same sql query thousands ...

13. Error while using PreparedStatement

14. PreparedStatement error

15. PreparedStatement error

16. A question about PreparedStatement and ORA-03115 error

import java.sql.*; public class Main { public static void main(String[] args) { String dbURL = "jdbc:oracle:thin:@localhost:1521:mydatabase"; String username = "scott"; String user_password = "tiger"; try { Connection connection = DriverManager.getConnection(dbURL, username, user_password); String query_text = "SELECT * FROM mytable"; Statement statement = connection.createStatement(); ResultSet query_result = statement.executeQuery(query_text); connection.close(); } catch (SQLException e) { for (Throwable t: e) t.printStackTrace(); } } } ...

17. error in prepared statement

import java.sql.*; public class Assignment{ public static void main ( String args[]){ try{ Class.forName("jdbc.odbc.JdbcOdbcDriver"); String url = "jdbc:odbc:bankDSN"; Connection con= null; con= DriverManager.getConnection(url,"",""); String sql = "SELECT * FROM Account"; PreparedStatement pStmt= con.prepateStatement(sql,ResultSet.TYPE_SCROLL_INSENSITIVE,ResultSet.CONCUR_UPDATABLE); ResultSet rs = pStmt.executeQuery(); ResultSetMetaData rsmd = rs.getMetaData( ); int numColumns = rsmd.getColumnCount(); String cName; for(int i =1; i

19. PreparedStatement not throwing error when it should

Given the following code... String insertStatement = "DELETE FROM UserSession WHERE UserFK = ?; " + "DELETE FROM UserSession WHERE SessionID = ?; " + "INSERT INTO UserSession (SessionID, UserFK) " + "VALUES ( ? , ? );"; PreparedStatement prepStmt = null; try { // Prepare Statement prepStmt = connection.prepareStatement(insertStatement); prepStmt.setInt(1, userPk); prepStmt.setString(2, sessionId); prepStmt.setString(3, sessionId); prepStmt.setInt(4, userPk); // Execute statement ...

20. preparedStatement.executeQuery() not returning , not even showing any error

Hi All, We are facing a very weird issue, we are trying to execute a query using preparedStatement.executeQuery() method. This query when run on TOAD takes about 5 minutes to return initial results and the query returns a total of 30,000 rows in whole. But when we run the same query from Java , executeQuery() method nothing is happening, we waited ...

21. PreparedStatement error shown

22. error - prepared statement

Hi, I'm getting the following error while using Prepared statement. Could some one tell me where i'm going wrong. error: type Exception report message description The server encountered an internal error () that prevented it from fulfilling this request. exception org.apache.jasper.JasperException: Exception in JSP: /DBTest.jsp:31 28: res = "Fail"; 29: else 30: res = "Pass"; 31: ps.setInt(1,no); 32: ps.setString(2,name); 33: ps.setInt(3,total); ...

23. PreparedStatement Error

24. Java PreparedStatement error

Thanks. that is the easy part because we talk about the constant 9000000000.0 here. What if my statement is pstmt.setDouble(2, bean.getAaCash()); where bean.getAaCash() return a long or double. I was able to compile but in run time the following exception occur: interbase.interclient.ParameterConversionException: [interclient] Invalid data conversion: Parameter instance 9.0E9 is out of range for requested conversion. How can I force the ...  | Contact Us | Privacy Policy
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