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Difference Between PreparedStatement and Statement and CollableStatement?

Perumal Kasi
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Hi,

I want to know the Difference Between PreparedStatement and Statement and CollableStatement?
Paul Sturrock
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Then you should read the JavaDocs for these classes. Anything you don't understand after that feel free to post and I'm sure someone will try to explain.


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Peru,
CallableStatements are for stored procedures. PreparedStatements are for regular queries (where you substitute in parameters.) For more info, look at the JavaDocs that Paul referenced.


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