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How do I insert a record into Oracle using Java.  For example I have the keyi an SSN. I have to place an letter into a field and place a date into another field. The record is written for the first time.
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    what do you mean by w/ StringBuffer append?


    The insert is simple:
    insert into table(SSN, updated) values('111-11-1111', to_date('12/12/2005', 'mm/dd/yyyy'))

    Using parameters would be better:
    insert into table(SSN, updated) values(?, ?)
    where the values ?, ? are set by parameters:
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    I was trying to do the INSERT in Java using the StringBuffer java class.  
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