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how to use prepared statement in the given code

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i want to use prepared statement for entering values
and connect it with an applet....the values will be
entered from the applet.....i tried with inheritence
concept, also with different object, but it didnt work..
help me in doing this.....
how should i proceed now...
plzz help..

[edited to add code tags]
[ September 25, 2005: Message edited by: Jeanne Boyarsky ]
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Since you have the JDBC part down, I'll move this to our Applets forum.
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How does your problem relate to a java applet?
Your code doesn't extend an applet class or define the methods needed for an applet to be called from the browser. The main() method is not used in applets.
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