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1. PreparedStatement is executed on prepareStatement on SQL Server

We have a Java code similar to the following:

PreparedStatement stmt = connection.prepareStatement("drop login tmp");
int result = stmt.executeUpdate();
When running through a debugger, it seems that our SQL statement is executed after the ...

2. Fastest 'update' on jdbc with PreparedStatement and executeBatch

I have a java program that in some circumstances must update a large amount of records in a database (e.g 100,000). The way it does it is by creating a PreparedStatement and ...

3. Kill MS SQL process from java prepared statement?

I try to kill a MS sql server (8) process with a prepared statement in java. But I always receive the exception: Line 1: Incorrect syntax near '@P0'. Any ideas?

public void ...

4. condition for creating a prepared statement using cfqueryparam?

Does cfquery becomes a prepared statement as long as there's 1 cfqueryparam? Or are there other conditions? What happen when the ORDER BY clause or FROM clause is dynamic? Would ...

5. Wrong result with SQL Server PreparedStatement in Java

I have query:

select * from db where timeColumn >= ?
And then I use prepare statement:
PreparedStatement statement = connection.prepareStatement(sql);
statement.setDate(index, new java.sql.Date(((Date) param).getTime()));
With Microsoft driver result is incorrect, resultSet contains rows from start ...

7. SQL Server + PreparedStatement Oddity

We have a high traffic web environment and found a significant CPU spike when using PreparedStatements versus Stored Procedures in SQL Server 2000. Server: 2 gig RAM, Dell 2650, dual 2.1 ghz CPU, Windows 2000, SQL Server 2000 Application Server: Sun ONE AS 7, Solaris v5.9, 2 gig RAM, dual 1.9 ghz CPU Message we saw in SQL trace resemble: create ...

8. PreparedStatement + MS SQL query

import java.sql.*; public class GetData { public static void main(String[] args){ Connection objConnection = null; PreparedStatement pstmtFieldDetails = null; ResultSet rsFieldDetails = null; String query="SELECT TOP ? EMP_NO,EMP_NAME FROM EMP_TABLE"; try { Class.forName(""); objConnection = DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:microsoft:sqlserver://workstation;DatabaseName=empdb","sa","freshen"); pstmtFieldDetails = objConnection.prepareStatement(query); pstmtFieldDetails.setInt(1,100); rsFieldDetails = pstmtFieldDetails.executeQuery(); while({ System.out.println(" The employee name is "+rsFieldDetails.getString("EMP_NAME")); } } catch (ClassNotFoundException ex) { ex.printStackTrace(); } catch (SQLException ex) ...