Java 1.8 is perfectly ok, it’s also known as Java 8. It’s the current LTS version.
They changed the version numbers for marketing use after 1.4, but the version numbers in the actual code kept the original numbering scheme.
Netbeans 8.2 is also ok.
This is still a mystery!
Netbeans is the IDE and is 8.2
The JDK (Java Development Kit) version looks to be 1.8. May want to see about fixing that unless there is a reason you are using this such as for some embedded system or legacy reason.
PS. Please answer questions put to you such as "Do you have any other code in the same IDE that successfully imports any Java.sql files?"
The above given query i am using to generate a ledger report. I am getting right output from this query but i want to pass a table name from a string in this query, so I want to use dynamic SQL query. I am doing any syntax mistake using dynamic SQL so kindly help me out in this.
Java micro edition is a cut-down version of Java to run on very small computers. If you are writing for a pc or a server then it’s not relevant. I only mentioned it because it would explain your problem. But no.
Now all I can guess is that it’s a configuration or installation problem of some sort. Sorry I can’t be more helpful.
if I download the javame edition, seeing that it is the upgrade to the one that I hve which is 2.5.2 which is the old versio, will it over ride that one that I have at present or will it be just be separate
I was referring to JavaME - the micro edition of a Java, because I don’t think that has sql as standard. Apart from that all I can guess is some kind of configuration or installation problem. Do you have any other code in the same IDE that successfully imports any Java.sql files?
i have upload the file for you to see where the error, is it called screenshot, all the errors are there and the error message says, it cannot find symbol the red lines underneath