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Hi All
Consider the following code snippet:


Instead of "?" if I specify the value directly, I'm able to get the desired output. But when I use "?", I'm getting "SQLException: No parameter specified for parameter 1".

I have also tried using setEscapeProcessing(false), but still I get the same error.

Any way to get rid of this exception?
 
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You need to supply a value for the parameter using one of the set methods. How do you expect the value to be supplied if you don't set it?
 
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Sorry Bear ! I forgot to mention, the value will be passed from a JSP page through text fields.
 
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My answer still stands.
 
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String query = "Select Name from Users where ID = ? ";
pstmt = con.prepareStatement(query);

String id=<value retrieved from user request>

pstmt.setString(1,id);

 
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