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Insert multiple rows in database

 
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Hi,

I need to code a program in Java with JDBC connection to ORACLE where I need to get say 200 rows from a table in database. Insert 50 more rows in the resultset and do some changes in the exisiting 200 rows (some column data) and then write it back to database. I

s there a way I can do this directly in the resultset and write back the result set (250 rows this time) back to database.

The other lenghty process will be to store the reslutset in a multidimensional array - do all changes in Array and then write the rows one by one. may be in a loop using prepared statement.

Can anybody please suggest a cleaner and faster approach.

Thanks in advance
 
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Take a look at the examples in ResultSet documentation http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.5.0/docs/api/java/sql/ResultSet.html
 
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