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Exhausted Result Set

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In my program I am getting an error which on printing says

Exhausted ResultSet

The quer actually returns 7 rows when executed in SQL. Why the result set gets exhausted?
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Exhaused resultset comes because u would have close the connection and then try to establish the connection with the database.
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It sounds like your reading the result set in the print callback.
Be aware that your print method may be called more than once for the same page.
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From jdk1.3/guide/2d/spec/j2d-print.fm2.html

"The printing system might request that a particular page be rendered more than once or request that
pages be rendered out of order. The application must be able to generate the proper page image, no matter
which page the printing system requests. In this respect, the printing system is similar to the window
toolkit, which can request components to repaint at any time, in any order."

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Hi objects,
 I don't get what you mean by that. Does it means that we can only call the sql once from 1 file only?
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