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Help with how to present the resultset...

 
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Hi, all!

I'm trying to display my result from my SQL-query below.

I know that I'm connected to the DB (Oracle). I have found my query in EM.

I will, in the end, have 9 fields, not only one. I would like to present this output in one (nine later one) labels/something.

I don't get any errors, but the label is not displaying NAME.

How to proceed?

 
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You assigned to the variable namn, and later use the variable name.
 
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Well....thanks for pointing that out for

Now it works!
 
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