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Can you use jdbcTemplate QueryForList with SQL "in" Expression?

 
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Does the queryForList work when you have an "in" expression in your SQL like this:

Select * from CUSTOMER where CUST_ID in (1,5,7,9)

My question is whether the "in" is supported in queryForList?

We seem to be having problems with it and all the examples I've seen don't use it.

Is there a better JDBCTemplate method to use for multiple "in" values?

Thanks,

mike
 
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JDBC prepared statements does not supported "in" clause for multiple values due to SQL injection attack security issue

Any code based on prepared statements (JDBC templates) does not support 'IN' clauses in queries.

Here is a good resource that provide alternate approaches
http://www.javaranch.com/journal/200510/Journal200510.jsp#a2
 
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