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this code dodent produce any errors , but also no values are been inserted into the database . i tried it with a select * quesry and the rows are been selected. only there are not been inserted . whats wrong.








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Hi!

Could you post the actual code you have compiled and tested? The code you have here has syntax errors.

If you use the CODE button at the bottom and paste your code between the tags, all of the indentation will be kept - which helps in debugging.

Ta.
 
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rule number 1: stop using Access and the jdbc-odbc bridge. It sounds harsh, but you wouldn't have this problem otherwise.

The temporary solution: do a dummy select after the insert (ie select anything), commit the connection or set the connection to autocommit(true)

Or stop using the jdbc-odbc bridge.
 
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I'd also recommend using PreparedStatements if you can instead of Statements.
 
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Originally posted by Dave Salter:
I'd also recommend using PreparedStatements if you can instead of Statements.



Always true (at least in my view), although the pointers I gave will work around a known JDBC-ODBC issue where statements get cached in the Driver and require an extra operation to flush them.
 
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Can you suggest which driver should be used when using MS-Access.
 
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I recommend the Oracle and MySQL Drivers. They won't work with Access, but they will work with Oracle and MySQL. You can search for other Access drivers here.
 
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Thats a good resource. Thanks for that David.
 
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