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    Hello everybody,

    i'm new in databaseprogramming. I have a question about pulling things from a database.
    for example i've got a few textfields wich i fill with data from a database through a resultset.
    I also have a combobox where i want to pul data from another table in the database.

    Do i have to make seperated statements and resultsets?? or can i use one statement and one resultset with different query''s

    kind regards,


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    Default Re: resultset

    How can you have one ResultSet from different queries? A query will generate a ResultSet, and so I'm confused by your statement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by curmudgeon View Post
    How can you have one ResultSet from different queries? A query will generate a ResultSet, and so I'm confused by your statement.
    Statement stmt = con.createStatement()
    Resultset rs = stmt.executeQuery("Select * from tblXXX")

    Must the Statement stmt for a different query also separated declared?

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    Quote Originally Posted by takamine View Post
    Statement stmt = con.createStatement()
    Resultset rs = stmt.executeQuery("Select * from tblXXX")

    Must the Statement stmt for a different query also separated declared?
    I believe that you can use the same Statement, I think as long as you don't close it or the connection. What happens if you try this?

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