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How to retrieve a String stored in the DB?

 
Swapna Mandava
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Hi,

Can some one pls. tell me how to retrieve a string stored in the DB? Which classes are required to accomplish this? Pls. answer my query asap.

Thanks alot,
Swapna
 
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Hi,
I think Data coming from DB default is String only.
If you want to convert into Integer type, int i = Integer.parseInt(string);


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Originally posted by Swapna Mandava:
tell me how to retrieve a string stored in the DB? Which classes are required to accomplish this?
Swapna


do you know how to create Statement, and get your records into a ResultSet? because the value will come by default as String.
if you don't know just inform me and I'll post you a snippet code to understand it.
 
Swapna Mandava
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Please post a code snippet

Thanks
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Qussay Najjar
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Originally posted by Swapna Mandava:
Please post a code snippet

Thanks
Swapna


Ok, the process is going to be like the next:
1- Your Connection should be created and done.
2- we have then to create an object called Statement out of that Connection.


inform if need something else..have fun..
 
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Originally posted by kkk guptha:
Hi,
I think Data coming from DB default is String only.
If you want to convert into Integer type, int i = Integer.parseInt(string);


--- KKKGuptha

If you know the datatype of fields in table, then you can directly use ResultSet's methods to get that type of data instead of parsing.
Like rs.getInt("col_name") or rs.getDouble("col_name") etc.
 
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