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Dear Ranchers,

I am developing a simple JDBC application simulating the four basic operations performed on a database. The insert,delete, and retrieve operations are working fine but for the update operation the executeUpdate() method is executed but no effects reflect on the database.The database on which the application is developed is MS-Access. Here is the code i am using :



I would appreciate your help thanking you in advance.
 
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Do any rows in your table match your where condition?
 
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executeUpdate returns an int suggesting how many rows are updated... loggin that to your output might help.

Also, it might help if you validate and trim your text before setting them on the statement.
 
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