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Shorten setString lines

Ed Carrington
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I have a PreparedStatement with alot of values to insert into an Oracle Database.
Anyway to shorten the setString lines in a loop or any other way to shorten this??



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[ November 14, 2007: Message edited by: Jeanne Boyarsky ]
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Ed,
You could shorten the code by having a method that loops through a string array and calls setString on each element.

However, I think the current code is clearer. It seems like coincidence that all the values are strings. What if you had a date field? I expect you would want to call setDate rather than setString.


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