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Would you help me please find what is wrong with that?

query = "UPDATE caregiver SET" +
"(sex, firstname, lastname)" +
" VALUES(?,?,?)" +
" WHERE id = ?";
PreparedStatement preparedStatement= databaseConnection.prepareStatement( query );
preparedStatement.clearParameters();
preparedStatement.setString( 1, fields.sex.getText());
preparedStatement.setString( 2, fields.firstName.getText() );
preparedStatement.setString( 3, fields.lastName.getText() );
preparedStat
preparedStatement.setString( 4, fields.id.getText() );

result = preparedStatement.executeUpdate();
 
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Nothing is wrong to me. You better post the error message from the SQLException it's generating, thus we can help you easer.
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Thanks
I got General error
 
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Assuming you are usnig Oracle, then the update syntax is wrong.
sql> update <tablename> set
column1 = <updatedvalue>,
column2 = <updatedvalue>
where <condition>
 
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I agree with Sandesh, except for all databases, not just Oracle.
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