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Insert Data in Table Using Stored Procedure

In this example, we are inserting data into a MySQL database table using stored procedure.

Insert Data in Table Using Stored Procedure 


In this example we are inserting data into a table using stored procedure.

1.Create database:
To create database we use syntax: create database database_name. We can create database with the name "Employee"  as 

mysql > create database Employee;

Query OK, 1 row affected (0.09 sec)

2.Change the database:
 We are using use database_name; to change the database

mysql> use employee;
Database changed

3.Create the table:

mysql> create table emp(name char(12),fathername char(12),password char(12));

Query OK, 0 rows affected (0.55 sec)

Here is the video tutorial of Creating and calling the Stored Procedure in MySQL Database:

4.Create procedure :
 1.We can use delimiter to create multiple statements. To create delimiter we can use following syntax.

mysql> DELIMITER // 

2.To create procedure we use following syntax:
mysql>create procedure procedure_name(IN |OUT | INOUT) param_name type)
3.We write sql statement into begin......end body. To start begin use   mysql>begin and to end use: mysql>end;
4.To finish the procedure use mysql>// delimiter.

mysql> delimiter //
mysql> create procedure empproc(in name char(12),in fathername char(12),in password char(12))
-> begin
-> insert into emp values(name,fathername,password);
-> end;
-> //
Query OK, 0 rows affected (0.22 sec)

Insert Data in Table Using Stored Procedure

5.Step to load driver:
To load the driver we are using syntax:

6.Steps to make connection:
We are using getConnection("url/database","user","password") method to create a connection.
Connection conn=DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/employee","root","root");

7.Step to call procedure:
We are using CallableStatement to execute a stored procedure into java code. The following syntax is used to create an object of CallableStatement interface.
CallableStatement calstat=conn.prepareCall("{call empproc(?,?,?)}");

8.Step to pass the values into procedure:
To set the values we are using setXXX(). Here XXX is data type Object class name, e.g setString() to pass string in procedure.

9.Step to execute query :
To execute query we can use:
 rs = calstat.executeQuery();

10.Close connection :

The code of the program is given below:

import  java.sql.*;
public class Insert_EMP{
  public static void main(String a[])throws Exception {
  Connection conn=DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:mysql:
  CallableStatement calstat=conn.prepareCall("{call 
  ResultSet rs = calstat.executeQuery();
  System.out.println("Your data has been inserted into table.");

The code of the stored procedure is given below:

delimiter //
create procedure empproc(in name char(12),in fathername 
char(12),in password char(12))
insert into emp values(name,fathername,password);


The output of the program is given below:

C:\rajesh\mysql>java Insert_EMP Rajesh Ram  Raju
Your data has been inserted into table.

Download the source code discussed in the Video Tutorial in the Eclipse Project format.

Download this example.(Java Code)

Download this example.(Procedure)



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Bhai reddy
June 28, 2011

nice code.........and good way 2 understood
September 18, 2011

it's not working
October 9, 2011

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January 20, 2012
insert using store procedure

i want insert data in mysql using store procedure.....i am using wamp server
March 20, 2012
while loop in stored procedure

DELIMITER $$ DROP PROCEDURE IF EXISTS `abc`.`myuserproc` $$ CREATE DEFINER=`root`@`localhost` PROCEDURE `myuserproc`() BEGIN declare regno,employeeid bigint; declare x int; set regno=18; set employeeid=603177; set x=1; while x<=5 do insert into userdetails values('bharat_m',regno,'infosys','2012-03-20',employeeid); set regno=regno+1; set employeeid=employeeid+1; set x=x+1; end while; END $$ DELIMITER ;
March 26, 2012

John Wardan
December 19, 2012