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Java Database Q&A » JDBC » setString 

1. Java PreparedStatement setString changes characters    stackoverflow.com

As in title: to be sure, I was debugging my application, and so in line, where I put strings into PreparedStatement variable, special characters are changing to "?". I actually don't ...

2. Converting Java Set to an argument for PreparedStatement setString method    stackoverflow.com

What would be the simplest way to covert a Set<String> to an argument for Oracle in (?)? I am already using PreparedStatement for that.

3. preparedStatement.setString taking over 5 seconds longer then hardcoding parameters    stackoverflow.com

I am connecting to a Microsoft sql server database via java jdbc and having a very strange issue. Whenever I use the place holder parameters (?) in my query in the ...

4. setString from preparedstatement gives: statement not executing    forums.netbeans.org

I am not sure if it is a SQLite problem, or a Java problem. While filling a table I get an error "Statement is not executing". It happens in the following code: System.out.printf("%d, %s, %s\n", line, citation, author); prep.setString(1, citation); System.out.print("After citation\n"); I see the first output, but not the second. After this there is a -journal file. What could be ...

5. PreparedStatement: SetString once and change value of variable doesn't work.    coderanch.com

In Java, primatives and Strings are pass-by-value, not pass-by-reference. In line 3, you are assigning the value "123" to the prepared statement. In line 5, you are having st point to a new string. The prepared statement remembers that you passed it the value "123". It doesn't know or care that you happen to be pointing to something else now. Also, ...

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