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I have a JSP application deployed on tomcat  with oracle 8i database. When ever the user logs in, a particular table in the database is checked, if it does not contain any records then everything proceeds normally. But if there are any rows in the table  then a window is poped containing the rows in the table.
How can I achieve this?
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by:jarasa
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Would you please post the code?
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to check if there are any records
you would get back a resultset object when you execute the query from a statement object.

a call to rs.next() will return false if no records or true if there are records.

so if true you can then use jsp to write a script comment e.g.

...
if (rs.next()) {
   out.println("<script language=\"JavaScript\">");
   out.println("openPopUp()");
   out.println("</script>");
}
where openPopUp() is defined in the header. you could pass arguments to the popup if you wanted as well.
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Maybe I missunderstood the question but:

>I have a JSP application deployed on tomcat  with oracle 8i database.

This make me think that he already has that done, but does not know how is made, is that the problem?

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by:rhea234543
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>>This make me think that he already has that done, but does not know how is made, is that the problem

1.No. Actually this wasn't a part of the actual application that is deployed and has to be added now.

>> he already has that done
2. Its she not he  
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Sorry Rhea,

Normally the name doesn't say much about that point, so I dind't notice it with all those numbers. but is a beautiful one to be honest.

After this..... then the way that jkna_gunn said should be the way to do it, if you need further help just Ask.

There is just one thing that you may consider, and is that to be able to open a new window it should be done on the client not ion the server. That means that you should check wether or not you have records and then make the open window calling again to the server.

:c)

Javier
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