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Hello,

I want to display results in a sql in the format mentioned below.

Category is a column in one table and answrs are in another table and id is the join to connect these tables.

Category 1
Answr 1
Answr 2
Answr 3

Category 2
Answr 1
Answr 2
Answr 3
so forth.
 
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Thanks a lot.
 
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How can return more than one string in the same method. i.e. I want category and answr to be return?

How multiple return possible in java?
 
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Cosmos,
You can create an object and put those fields in the object. Or if for reason you can't create a new object, you can use a HashMap with the name as key and the value what you want to return.
 
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Could kindly give an example of the same code?

Thanks
 
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For HashMap




For Object you need to create a Value Object to hold these values



Then use the value object in your code




Then in your code you can use list as below




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[ June 12, 2006: Message edited by: Shailesh Chandra ]
 
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Thanks a lot and much appreciated.
 
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