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Insert statement in Servlet JDBC program

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I am new to oracle 9i on Windows.I have written a  Servlet program which uses  JDBC for insertion data in table maintained in Oralce Database.The query statements (like SELECT )  are running fine.But I encountered problem in Insert Statement  in table created from command prompt. My code statement is:-
HttpServletRequest req;String Name,Email;
Connection c;

Name=req.getParameter("Name");
Email=req.getParameter("Email");

Statement s=c.createStatement();
s.executeUpdate("INSERT INTO Table VALUES('"+Name+"','"+Email+"');");

I am getting Email and Name variable in browser but insertion is not taking place.
Insertion query is I think the syntax of query is correct.
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If queries are working, I'll assume that your servlet has a valid Connection. (You do use an initialized Connection object in this method, yes?)

I notice four things that might be easily overlooked by someone that is new to database programming.

1) Is the table name actually "TABLE"?
2) Does the table only have two fields?
3) Is the table in the same schema as your Connection object?

To continue with debugging:

1) What value is returned from the executeUpdate?
2) Or, what SQLException is thrown?
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