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saikrishna cinux
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i am trying to insert some data using preparedStatement
stringbuffer.append("Insert into testuser(username,email,testname,testdate,");
stringbuffer.append("validityperiod,testid,percentage,message)");
stringbuffer.append("values(?,?,?,'"+s4+"','"+s4+"',?,?,?)");

PreparedStatement preparedstatement = connection.prepareStatement(stringbuffer.toString());

preparedstatement.setString(1, s1);
preparedstatement.setString(2, s2);
preparedstatement.setString(3, s3);
//preparedstatement.setString(4, s4);
//preparedstatement.setString(5, s4);
//preparedstatement.setString(6, s6);
preparedstatement.setInt(6, Integer.parseInt(s6));
//preparedstatement.setString(7, s7);
preparedstatement.setInt(7, Integer.parseInt(s7));
preparedstatement.setString(8, s8);

System.out.println("After insertion");

statement.executeUpdate(stringbuffer.toString());


here s4 is sate like( 05-january-2005)




this is the error appeared at consloe window of tomcat
java.sql.SQLException: ORA-01008: not all variables bound

what might be the problem

please help me...

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with this line you have to bind 6 variables.It asks you bind all variables,with indexes 1 to 6.
[ December 05, 2005: Message edited by: sinasi susam ]
 
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And also you will need to u,execute the method with ;

statement.executeUpdate();

you dont put sql string into method again ,...
 
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ok now i have modified my code to this



stringbuffer.append("Insert into testuser(username,email,testname,testdate,");
stringbuffer.append("validityperiod,testid,percentage,message)");
stringbuffer.append("values(?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?)");

PreparedStatement preparedstatement = connection.prepareStatement(stringbuffer.toString());

preparedstatement.setString(1, s1);
preparedstatement.setString(2, s2);
preparedstatement.setString(3, s3);
preparedstatement.setString(4, s4);
preparedstatement.setString(5, s4);

//preparedstatement.setString(6, s6);
preparedstatement.setInt(6, Integer.parseInt(s6));

//preparedstatement.setString(7, s7);
preparedstatement.setInt(7, Integer.parseInt(s7));
preparedstatement.setString(8, s8);

System.out.println("After insertion");

statement.executeUpdate(stringbuffer.toString());


now also i am getting the saem error


what to do?
 
sinasi susam
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statement.executeUpdate();
 
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Saikrishna,

should be

With a prepared statement, you set the SQL string at the beginning when you create the statement. With a regular statement, you pass the SQL when you call an execute method. Since you are passing the SQL when you call executeUpdate(), Java thinks you have a regular statement and doesn't know what to do with the question marks.
 
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i have also tested it by using

preparedstatement.executeUpdate();

but no advantage

is there any other way to insert my values into table???



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dont give up immediately.

that should work;



do it as it is, it will work.If still not working probably your doing something wrong again.That must work.if your driver supports preparedstatement that it seems it does.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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