Posted on 2004-10-24
Last Modified: 2010-03-31
Hey all,
I can setup a JDBC connection, and retrieve data (using "SELECT ..."). However, I'm not too sure on how to ADD data.

I have connected to a Microsoft Access Database. The TABLE is called "UserNotes". Which has the following headers:

StudentID          Username          Password          Notes

How do I then ADD a Username, Password and Notes??

Thanks alot! :D
Question by:DrWarezz
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    Accepted Solution

    Hi DrWarezz,

    Assuming you already have a JDBC connection named conn (from your select statment):

    Statement stmt = conn.createStatement();
    stmt.executeUpdate("insert into UserNotes (Username, Password, Notes) values ('DrWarezz', 'secretpassword','DW is da man') ");

    Good luck!
    LVL 9

    Author Comment

    :D Excellent -- thanks alot Signmacon.


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