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java.sql.SQLException: No row count was produced

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Could anybody tell me why I got the SQLexception error message during run-time from the following codes? Thanks!

try{
      doQuery();
      boolean more = rs.next();
      if(more){
                   int  groupNo =rs.getInt("GroupNo");
        }

}catch(SQLException ex){
               System.out.println(ex);
   }

Here is the SQL gotten from the doQuery():
SELECT GroupNo FROM Costoms WHERE ID = 120


I checked my database, the record with ID = 120 exists in table "Customs"

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heyhey_ earned 40 total points
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just a TYPO ? - COSTOMS ?

"SELECT GroupNo FROM Costoms WHERE ID = 120 "

if it's not just a typo, you'd better post more code (and if you tak a closer look at the exception stacktrace you'll see the exact line number where the exception occured ...)

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by:leeann
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Thanks! Now I find my problem is that I should use executeQuery(query),
rather than executeUpdate(query) in doQuery().
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