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JDBC code with type 1 driver not working

 
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Following is my html page:


Following is the Servlet


I know am using type 1 driver but still please help me this program is just for my study purposes in which I need to use type 1 driver. Thanks...!!!
 
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So what's the problem? You posted some code but haven't posted a question.
 
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Well am not getting the Record is Saved message. and record are not getting added to the database.!
 
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Why is this code there?

}catch(Exception e){}

do you realize what that is doing?

You should never simply catch an exception and do nothing. All this is doing is hiding whatever exception you are getting that is preventing the code from running.

 
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umm sorry i dint know this am new to java but would you like to tell how can i rewrite it now? many thanks!!!
 
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You need to learn more about properly handling exceptions. At minimum you should log the exception.
 
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Bear is right. You probably got an SQLException, but because you ignore it you don't know.
There are two easy fixes:
1) 2) Both will cause the exception to show up on the page (with the first one having a 500 HTML error code (internal server error)). Use this information to find the cause of the error.
 
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