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Using PreparedStatement

 
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Hello,
Not sure what I am missing here but its driving me crazy. Its a simple PreparedStatement test program I am trying to test that I keeps failing. Here're the codes:


The exception is


I would appreciate if someone could help me figure out what's not right here.
Thanks.
T
 
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What if you try: stmt.executeUpdate();
 
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can you check the data type of value in DB?
if it is not integr then you will have to insert values in single quotes.
 
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