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Trying now to bump this up too often but don’t really have a choice.
I have it storing information inside the database and giving them the required rank, the problem comes when I try to read the stored info via a ResultSet generated by a query. The query is defined by the PreparedStatement already. I just happen to recall that if a ResultSet doesn’t have anything in it, it closes. Load rs ; items. Sign up using Facebook. You must log in or sign up to reply java.sql.sqllexception. Yes, my password is: ByteArrayOutputStream ; import java.
FileOutputStream ; import java.
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Do you already have an account? Kai Ah, forgot to mention!
Garris0n I was using them before but thought they were the issue so removed them hexaan Yeh, think you are right about deleteRow. What it was complaining about was executing a query with a ‘?
FileInputStream ; import java. Jaav.sql.sqlexception connect to the test. Did you try to debug it? Mark this one as accepted and start a new question instead.
Log in or Sign up. Not sure why this would be as rs. Here is the code thats giving me issues: InputStream ; import java.
SQLite Java: Write and Read BLOB
Post as a guest Name. Try this to check the driver: Please post the full error message with call trace if available.
The following readPicture method selects the BLOB data of a specific material and saves it to a file. Updating question now, thanks! Any suggestions on this one? File java.sql.sqlecception import java. Used an external program to confirm there is data in the table. No suitable driver found.
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java.sql.SQLException: not implemented by SQLite JDBC driver at org.sqlite.Unused.unused(Unused.ja