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I am trying to insert data into a table using executeUpdate()
The insert is not happening at all, I am not getting any error also.
How can i find out what the problem is?
 
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Can you post your code? Otherwise all we can do is guess...
 
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Try Connection.commit();
 
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Here is the code, I am doing a commit after executeUpdate.

SQL_CREATE_AGES = "insert into TABLE1 (COL1, COL2, COL3, COL4) VALUES (?,?,?,?);
stmt = argCon.prepareStatement(SQL_CREATE_AGES);
stmt.setInt(++ndx, nextId);
stmt.setString(++ndx, "AAA");
stmt.setString(++ndx, "BBB");
stmt.setString(++ndx, "CCC");
numRows = stmt.executeUpdate();
argCon.commit()
 
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are you sure if there is no exception !! might be there is some exception you are catching but not handling with.

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