In UCANACCESS with JDBC prepared statement, the PreparedStatement address the following requirements:
In most cases, you may not have the complete information to construct a WHERE clause in SQL. For instance, to write a SQL SELECT statement to select the data of a user, while writing the JDBC code, you need to know the primary key value to construct the SQL. In most cases, such information is available only at runtime. Prepared statements address this problem by providing for parameters in SQL.
Instead of using values, you may use “?” qualifiers in SQL. So instead of creating a statement with the SQL string:
SELECT <select_fields> FROM <table_name> WHERE USER_ID = <value>
You can use a prepared statement with the SQL string:
SELECT <select_fields> FROM <table_name> WHERE USER_ID = ?
You can substitute values using methods on the java.sql.PreparedStatement interface.
The same applies to SQL involving complex data types such as long text data, binary data, or even timestamp data. Such data types cannot be expressed as such plain string. For instance, how would we create a SQL statement to update image data? Since prepared statements are parameterized, instead of expressing such data type sin the SQL statement directly, you can set the data using various methods on the java.sql.PreparedStatement interface.
In addition, the same SQL statement can be executed many times with different parameters and the database can compile such statements just once, this improving performance. A PreparedStatement object can hold precompiled SQL statements. The following methods on the java.sql.Connection interface let us create PreparedStatement objects:
Here I have created simple Java DataBase Connectivity (JDBC) PreparedStatement example that show you the use of PreparedStatement class and prepareStatement() method with several DataBase operations like, Insert, Save.
UCANACCESS with JDBC PreparedStatment Exmple
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