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executing an INSERT statement using a PreparedStatement
Joined: Jan 09, 2001
Jan 20, 2001 09:33:00
I was wondering if anyone knew which method of a PreparedStatement is best suited for an INSERT statement. Is the executeUpdate the best choice?
Joined: Jan 02, 2001
Jan 20, 2001 14:49:00
If you have a lot of insert, I would recommend using a batch insert. With a PreparedStatment, you would execute stmt.addBatch(), then a stmt.executeBatch() at the end.
Joined: May 05, 2000
Jan 22, 2001 07:24:00
For a single insert, you would use executeUpdate(). Remember that the main difference between executeUpdate() and executeQuery() is what they return. You could use executeQuery() to run an insert but you would get back an empty
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