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I wrote a Java program to Store VoiceMail and Delete that record using SQLServerBridge..I used preparedStatement to insert and Dete it..I used timestamp to Insert and delete the record..When I insert there is no problm..But when I tried to delete it will not return any compile or runtime error ..But the data is not deleted..Pls help me to delete that record ...I herewith attach that code also..
Pls Check it...Thanx

                             regards
                                         Sujeesh

//Connection to SQLServer.... Bridge....DSN name-->Sqldsn
                         Class.forName ("sun.jdbc.odbc.JdbcOdbcDriver");
                         String url = "jdbc:odbc:Sqldsn";
                         Properties p=new Properties();
                          p.put("user","sa");
                          p.put("password","");
                          p.put("serverVersion","Sql7");
         
          //Insert values to a table 'VoiceMail' Using preparedStatement whch includes  a VoiceFile and timeStamp

                         Timestamp ts=new Timestamp(System.currentTimeMillis());
                   
                         String filename = "c:\\testing.mp3";
                      File f = new File(filename);
                         FileInputStream fis = new FileInputStream(f);
                         int available=fis.available();
                         System.out.println("Available=="+available);
                         Connection cn = DriverManager.getConnection(url,p);
                         PreparedStatement psw = cn.prepareStatement("INSERT INTO  VoiceMail VALUES "+ "(?,?,?,?,?)" );
                         psw.setString(1,"sujeesh");
                         psw.setString(2,"Renjith");
               
                       psw.setTimestamp(3,ts);
     
               psw.setString(4,"Test");
               psw.setBinaryStream(5,fis,available);//1,fis,(int)f.length()
            psw.executeUpdate();
               System.out.println("Success");

               psw.close();
                              Statement stmt  = cn.createStatement();
               ResultSet rs = stmt.executeQuery("Select VoDate from VoiceMail");
               rs.next();
               rs.close();
               stmt.close();
     //Delete the same record which I inserted before.....

               PreparedStatement psw1 = cn.prepareStatement("DELETE FROM VoiceMail WHERE  VoDate = ?");
               psw1.setTimestamp(1,ts);
               System.out.println("Prepared Statement="+psw1.toString());
               psw1.executeUpdate();
               psw1.close();
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darrenc earned 150 total points
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What I think migh be happening is that there may be a problem with the date format being used when you say psw1.setTimestamp(1,ts).

Here are two things I would try:
1. I think the return value of psw1.executeUpdate() is the number of records affected.  I'll bet the return value is 0.
2. Rewrite the PreparedStatement into a standard statement and format the date into your database-specific date format.
eg. PreparedStatement psw1 = cn.prepareStatement("DELETE FROM VoiceMail WHERE  VoDate = '31-12-2001' ");
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