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Error:VALUES clause must contain at least one element. Empty elements are not allowed.

Posted on 2012-03-26
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I am creating an application for tracking orders of cloth store..
I am getting error-
java.sql.BatchUpdateException: VALUES clause must contain at least one element. Empty elements are not allowed.
I took 'ORDER_INDEX' as auto increment..i have read that there is no need to provide any value for a field which is auto increment so im not providing any value for 'ORDER_INDEX'.. what could b the issue ...pls see the attached codes..
table-creation.txt
insert-code.txt
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I think here you have openeing single quote but no clsoing quote:
'"+ delvryDtTxtfld.getText()+",

it shoudl be

'"+ delvryDtTxtfld.getText()+"',
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try to replace with this statemnent:
stmt.addBatch("INSERT INTO ordertbl(ONAME,DESCRIPTION,CUSTOMER,PHONE,ORDERDATE,DELIVERYDATE,ADVANCE,BAL)VALUES('"+ordrnamTxtfld.getText()+"','"+descTxtfld.getText()+"','"+custTxtFld.getText()+"','"+custPhnTxtfld.getText()+"','"+ordrDateTxtfld.getText()+"','"+ delvryDtTxtfld.getText()+"',"+Float.parseFloat(advancTxtfld.getText())+","+Float.parseFloat(balanceTxtfld.getText())+")");

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Yes you were right ..i corrected it and now the record is inserted sucessfully..
Thanks :D
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Good, it worked for you!
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