I use two ResultSet , One in the another one.

try
        {
    con1 = DriverManager.getConnection ("jdbc:odbc:java");
                        smt1=con.createStatement();
    if(sele.equals("ALL"))
        {
			rs=smt.executeQuery("select * from Stations where State='"+st+"'");
                        }
    else
        {
			rs=smt.executeQuery("select * from Stations where City='"+sele+"'");
                        }
        while(rs.next())
{
           stid=rs.getString(1);
           ofid=rs.getString(2);
           name=rs.getString(3);
           num=rs.getString(4);
           des=rs.getString(5);
           dis=rs.getString(6);
           %>
<tr style="border: blue dotted thick">
    <td style="border: blue dotted thin" align="center" ><a style="color: red;" href="view.jsp?<%=stid%>" ><%=stid%></a></td>
    <td style="border: blue dotted thin" align="center"><%=ofid%></td>
    <td style="border: blue dotted thin" align="center"><%=dis%></td>
    <td style="border: blue dotted thin; " align="center">
        <%=name%> </td>
    <td style="border: blue dotted thin" align="center"><%=num%></td>
    <td style="border: blue dotted thin" align="center"><%=des%></td>
    <%
rs1=smt.executeQuery("Select Count(*) from Officer where Station_ID='"+stid+"'");
while(rs1.next()){
coun=rs1.getString(1);

}
%>
    <td style="border: blue dotted thin" align="center"><%=coun%></td>
</tr>

  <%
   }
    }

catch(Exception ex)
        {
    out.println(ex);
        }

But it give an Error -ResultSet Closed ..

Please Help me out , and tell me how use Resultset Within the Resultset????

Because you are using the same statement to open multiple result sets, see the API docs for Statement where it clearly states that opening a second resultset will automatically close the first.

Because you are using the same statement to open multiple result sets, see the API docs for Statement where it clearly states that opening a second resultset will automatically close the first.

But need some data coming from the another table! So how it come

By using another statement object, obviously.

By using another statement object, obviously.

I done it already but not working properly ! ( Same Error)

Or by learning some SQL and doing a join.

I done it already but not working properly ! ( Same Error)

Then you haven't done it correctly. Post that,hopefully without scriptlets.

Then you haven't done it correctly. Post that,hopefully without scriptlets.

Sir , Now i use JSTL SQL for the 2nd Table Please tell me how to use the String value in the JSTL SQL statement

String ofid=null;
        String name=null;
        String num=null;
        String des=null;
        String dis=null;
        String coun=null;
       
try
        {
  
    if(sele.equals("ALL"))
        {
			rs=smt.executeQuery("select * from Stations where State='"+st+"'");
                        }
    else
        {
			rs=smt.executeQuery("select * from Stations where City='"+sele+"'");
                        }
        while(rs.next())
{
           stid=rs.getString(1);
           ofid=rs.getString(2);
           name=rs.getString(3);
           num=rs.getString(4);
           des=rs.getString(5);
           dis=rs.getString(6);
           %>
<tr style="border: blue dotted thick">
    <td style="border: blue dotted thin" align="center" ><a style="color: red;" href="view.jsp?<%=stid%>" ><%=stid%></a></td>
    <td style="border: blue dotted thin" align="center"><%=ofid%></td>
    <td style="border: blue dotted thin" align="center"><%=dis%></td>
    <td style="border: blue dotted thin; " align="center">
        <%=name%> </td>
    <td style="border: blue dotted thin" align="center"><%=num%></td>
    <td style="border: blue dotted thin" align="center"><%=des%></td>
    <c:set var="x" value=""></c:set>

    <s:query var="r" sql="Select Count(*) as sum from Officer where Station_ID='<%=stid%>'">


        </s:query>

        <c:forEach var="row" items="${r.rows}">

<td style="border: blue dotted thin" align="center"><c:out value="${row.sum}"></c:out></td>
        </c:forEach>
</tr>

  <%
   }
    }

catch(Exception ex)
        {
    out.println(ex);
        }
        }