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Get the SQL String From a JDBC Prepared Statement

Posted on 2001-06-21
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I've instantiated a PreparedStatement object and set all its string parameters but I want to get a look at the complete SQL string before i send it to the database. toString() just prints out the object reference. Does anyone know how?
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Don't think you can with Java...

Maybe if you turn on SQL logging on your database, that would show it?

Tim
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yeah you cant see the full query in java ..
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Wow! Thanks for the points :-D

Good luck in the future,

Tim.
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