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1. JDBC: best way to update a table?    stackoverflow.com

let's say that i get a resultset which was queryed using joins from an sql database. is it better to use an sql statement to update the tables or insert new ...

3. ResultSet for Update    coderanch.com

4. How to get a blank ResultSet to do update?    coderanch.com

I'm not a big fan of updatable resultsets. I believe that you should get in and get out as fast as possible to alleviate database resources. String sql = "select column1, column2 from table1 where..."; String update = "insert into table1 (column1, column2) values (?,?)"; int counter = 0; PreparedStatement ps1 = con.prepareStatement(sql); PreparedStatement ps2 = con.prepareStatement(update); ResultSet resultset = ps1.executeQuery(); ...

5. Kinda Confused::Update ResultSet    coderanch.com

6. Updating a ResultSet    coderanch.com

7. Updateable ResultSet() not updating    coderanch.com

I am trying to write an updateable result set that takes in multiple values from a JSP page and updates the ResultSet. I am posting these values to a Servlet that then sets the appropriate variable values and I then perform the query and "attempt" to use an if() statement to compare current database values with the new variables and thus ...

8. Updating a ResultSet object..    coderanch.com

9. Cross check of resultset batch update    coderanch.com

10. update a ResultSet from the DB    coderanch.com

The problem is, I use the resultSet object as global for all the things in the class. I don't know if it is the best way though. let me explain better, i have a method that show the data in a table, filling up the global ResultSet and then showing its contents in the control. When i update something in the ...

11. ResultSet.updateString() , updateInt() are not updating values    coderanch.com

String firstname = request.getParameter("firstname"); String lastname = request.getParameter("lastname"); String password = request.getParameter("password"); String email = request.getParameter("email"); String gender = request.getParameter("gender"); int age = Integer.parseInt(request.getParameter("age")); Statement stat = connect.createStatement(ResultSet.TYPE_SCROLL_INSENSITIVE, ResultSet.CONCUR_UPDATABLE); String query1 = "SELECT * FROM user_basic_shounak where username = '"+session.getAttribute("loggeduser").toString()+"'"; ResultSet rs = stat.executeQuery(query1); while(rs.next()) { rs.updateString("firstname","harry"); rs.updateRow(); //firstname_temp = rs.getString("firstname"); rs.updateString("lastname", lastname); rs.updateRow(); rs.updateString("password", password); rs.updateRow(); rs.updateString("email", email); rs.updateRow(); rs.updateString("gender", ...

12. update the resultset and the table model as the table is edited    forums.oracle.com

Well, you got the above code from your last posting ( [http://forums.sun.com/thread.jspa?threadID=5316330] ) and never bother to reply to that posting. Now you want someone to write even more code for your. Well, since you didn't appreciate the help you got the first time, I won't waste time helping with this question.

13. How can I update current row in the ResultSet?    forums.oracle.com

Why not store shares in only one colum? if your 1st buy is 50 . total shares would be 50 And you second buy is 40 total shares would amount to 90(50+40). Then sell 70 would amout to 90-70 and total shares would be 20. which means you Add or Subtract from total shares to give you what ever you need. ...