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java.sql.SQLException: ORA-01006: bind variable does not exist

           ps = conn.prepareStatement(" UPDATE USF_HEA_BENEFIT_AMOUNTS
SET " +
                                          "  BENEFIT_1_2_AMT = ?, " +
                                          "  BENEFIT_3_5_AMT = ?, " +
                                          "  BENEFIT_6_PLUS_AMT = ?, "
+
                                          "  CREATED_BY = '?' " +
                                          "  WHERE " +
                                          "  HEA_BENEFIT_CATEGORY_CDE =
'?' AND " +
                                          "
HEA_BENEFIT_FUEL_CATEGORY_CDE = '?' AND " +
                                          "  INCOME_LEVEL = ? AND " +
                                          "  HEATING_SEASON = ? " );





                        ps.setInt(1, 5)
                        ps.setInt(2, 6);
                        ps.setInt(3, 7]);
                        ps.setString(4, loginId);
                        ps.setString(5, "O");
                        ps.setString(6, "E");
                        ps.setInt(7, 668);
                        ps.setInt(8,07 );
                       count =  ps.executeUpdate();


i provide all 8 parameters and the query is working fin in toad
but when i am executing i am getting

java.sql.SQLException: ORA-01006: bind variable does not exist

any suggestions

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sunil(nani) wrote:
> ps = conn.prepareStatement(" UPDATE USF_HEA_BENEFIT_AMOUNTS
> SET " +
>                                           "  BENEFIT_1_2_AMT = ?, " +
>                                           "  BENEFIT_3_5_AMT = ?, " +
>                                           "  BENEFIT_6_PLUS_AMT = ?, "
> +
>                                           "  CREATED_BY = '?' " +
>                                           "  WHERE " +
>                                           "  HEA_BENEFIT_CATEGORY_CDE =
> '?' AND " +
>                                           "
> HEA_BENEFIT_FUEL_CATEGORY_CDE = '?' AND " +
>                                           "  INCOME_LEVEL = ? AND " +
>                                           "  HEATING_SEASON = ? " );
>
>
>
>
>
>                         ps.setInt(1, 5)
>                         ps.setInt(2, 6);
>                         ps.setInt(3, 7]);
>                         ps.setString(4, loginId);
>                         ps.setString(5, "O");
>                         ps.setString(6, "E");
>                         ps.setInt(7, 668);
>                         ps.setInt(8,07 );
>                        count =  ps.executeUpdate();
>
>
> i provide all 8 parameters and the query is working fin in toad
> but when i am executing i am getting
>
> java.sql.SQLException: ORA-01006: bind variable does not exist
>
> any suggestions

Get rid of the quotes around your string parameter markers in the SQL.
Quotes are for literal fixed strings, not variables. All variables are
marked
with plain question marks.
Joe

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joeNOSPAM
9/19/2006 2:13:29 PM
thank you

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sunil
9/19/2006 2:26:56 PM
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