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Thread: Java WAMP Server

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    Default Java WAMP Server

    public void deleteBook(int temp)
        {
        	try
            {
                query = "DELETE FROM ccItems WHERE ISBN = '"+temp+"'";
     
                stmt.executeUpdate(query);
     
                JOptionPane.showMessageDialog(null, "Item Deleted !");
            }      
     
            catch(Exception e)
            {
                JOptionPane.showMessageDialog(null, "Error: Could not find ISBN or Already deleted.");
            }
        }

    I have a deleteBook() method where it would delete items in my database. It works properly meaning deleting the specified item with the corresponding ISBN entered. Problem is, if the user inputs an ISBN which IS NOT IN MY DATABASE the try statement still executes. I think the catch statement must execute because the entered ISBN is not found in database.


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    Default Re: Java WAMP Server

    Add a call to the printStackTrace() method in the catch block to get the full text of any error messages.
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    Default Re: Java WAMP Server

    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    Add a call to the printStackTrace() method in the catch block to get the full text of any error messages.
    Hey, I tried your suggestion there is even no exception being caught by the catch block. The try block does not throw any exception even if the ISBN entered was not found on my database.

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