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Sir When I run this code I get a NullPointerException.Please help me in finding the reason for this error in my code.


 
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You need to state exactly where the NPE is happening. Paste in the exactly, complete error message, including the stack trace, and make it clear which line is causing it.
 
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Never do this:


catch(Exception ex)
{
///////////////
}


At the very least print a message to where you will see it. For example, if there's a problem in line 134 or 135, the con or st variables will be null, yet you won't know anything about it.
 
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Sir I am sending image of exception on the commandline
 
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Something isn't right with that image. Just tell us which line of the code you've posted the error is occurring on (you'll have to convert the file line number it's reporting to you to the line of code that you've posted, if they aren't exactly the same).
 
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Manoj Syoran wrote:Sir I am sending image of exception on the commandline



PostTextNotScreenshots (<-- It's a link. Click it.)

And of course we can't see your image. Did you notice that it is rooted at your C: drive? You wouldn't expect the entire world to be able to get to your computer just via "C:", would you?
 
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You can capture the text in a Command Prompt window as simple text - screen shots are a waste of bandwidth and wont show the entire stack trace.

1. right click on the upper left corner to get a menu
2. pick the Edit -> select all option - selected text will be highlighted
3. press enter - text will be on clipboard
 
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Sir, Here is the error code.
 
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Manoj Syoran wrote:


In your actionPerformed method, on line 217, you are adding something that's null to a container. I see only one line that could be the cause, p8.add(lbl[i]);. This would mean that lbl[i] is null, and that can only be the case if your database query returned 0 results.
 
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