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Hello to all,

I'm a new member and I have almost no experience in Java and JDBC, I've only programmed in C. I have an assignment for my Database course and I've been struggling for some days with a problem I can't fix.

After running the code in the Eclipse IDE I get the error ORA-00936: missing expression tips. I've used the debugger and I guess the problem is in this part of the code:



The idea is to use prepared statements to then pass a parameter to the query at the execution time. This parameter is a number which correspondes to the CourseID of a given course in the COURSE table. Can you spot any problem?


Thank you very much in advance.

Regards,

Joao Freitas
 
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Please wrap your code in code tags to make it easier to read

Your SQL is wrong. It should be



You have extra commas

ETA: It's helpful to run your queries through database before putting them in code. Usually I use SQL developer to build and test my queries before dropping them in code. It gives you the line and col number where your SQL is wrong
 
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