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Problem in inserting data into oracle db from jsp

 
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Hi

I am trying to insert data into Oracle database, when i click add button it does'nt perform action...This is my code...Please help me



I dont knw where is the problem, but when i enter the values and click add it doen't perform action=cmasterlist.jsp command. Please help me.


Thanks in advance
Lissy.


 
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This button doesn't do anything. did you mean to make the type 'submit'?
 
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Yes, add button means submit.
 
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then you need to change the type to 'submit' instead of type="button"
 
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If you've read any posts in this forum you know that writing scriptlet code in a JSP is not the way to go.
Java code belongs in a java class.

Potential problems spotted in your code:

> if (material_number != "" && material_desc != "" && partno != "" ) {
This line of code doesn't do what you think it does.
When comparing string values, you should use the .equals method.






 
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Listen to Stefan, for he speaks wisely. The time for putting Java code in a JSP has passed. In fact, it passed long ago (about 9 years now).
 
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Thank you so much it worked.
 
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neelima mullapudi,
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