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Selecting Data from Oracle

 
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Hi all,
Can someone please tell me what am I doing wrong here? What I'm trying to do is extract data from Oracle with functions and into XML
It keeps greeting me with NullPointerException error.

This page is excuted first;


Then comes here to write XML
 
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So is the actual NullPointerException error you're getting a secret? At the very least, it will include the file and line where the error occurred, which will save folks a lot of time hunting through your code looking for what might be wrong.

 
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Thanks for your reply, sorry I couldn't post this before the Server went down.



Mark E Hansen wrote:So is the actual NullPointerException error you're getting a secret? At the very least, it will include the file and line where the error occurred, which will save folks a lot of time hunting through your code looking for what might be wrong.

 
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Could the problem be line 36?



I am not sure why you have a CallableStatement and an OracleCallableStatement, but your CallableStatement variable callSP is set to null at line 4.
 
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Thank you.
Indeed it was line 36 I've just commented it out and it's working also made the amendments what you suggested.
many thanks
JJ

Charles Owen wrote:Could the problem be line 36?



I am not sure why you have a CallableStatement and an OracleCallableStatement, but your CallableStatement variable callSP is set to null at line 4.

 
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