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In this section you will learn about setting the time in database table by using the PreparedStatement interface of java.sql package.

Set Time by using the Prepared Statement

     

In this section you will learn about setting the time in database table by using the PreparedStatement interface of java.sql package. Suppose you want to insert the actual time in a table, here you will provide a setTime method for setting the time. See below for an example with code that insert the time in JDBC table.

Description of program:

This example helps us for setting the time in database table (child) by using the PreparedStatement interface. First of all we need to establish the connection with MySQL database through the help of JDBC deriver. After establishing the connection, we will insert our query in the prepareStatement method that returns the PreparedStatement object. With the help of this object we insert all data with time. Here, we will only insert the child name and born time by using the setString and setTime methods. Finally you will get all data that are added in the database table (child) and it will show "row(s) affected" otherwise it will display a message "SQL statement is not executed!".

Description of code:

setTime(int index, Time t);
Above method takes integer type value and time type value. This method sets the arguments to java.sql.Time value that is converted into SQL TIME value.

Here is the code program:

import java.sql.*;

public class SetTime{
  public static void main(String[] args) {
  System.out.println("Prepared Statement Set Time example!");
  Connection con = null;
  Time time = new Time(00-00-00);
  try{
  Class.forName("com.mysql.jdbc.Driver");
  con = DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:mysql:
//localhost:3306/jdbctutorial"
,"root","root");
  try{
  String sql = "INSERT child VALUES(?,?)";
  PreparedStatement prest = con.prepareStatement(sql);
  prest.setString(1,"vinod");
  prest.setTime(2,time.valueOf("1:60:60"));
  int row = prest.executeUpdate();
  System.out.println(row + " row(s) affectec)");
  }
  catch (SQLException e){
  System.out.println("SQL statement is not executed!");
  }
  }
  catch (Exception e){
  e.printStackTrace();
  }
  }
}

Download this example.

Database Table: child

ch_name b_time
Santosh 12:08:36
vinod 02:01:00

Output of program:

C:\vinod\jdbc\jdbc\PreparedStatement>javac SetTime.java

C:\vinod\jdbc\jdbc\PreparedStatement>java SetTime
Prepared Statement Set Time example!
1 row(s) affectec)

After executing the program:

Database Table: child

ch_name b_time
Santosh 12:08:36
vinod 02:01:00
Deepak 09:45:57
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Posted on: April 13, 2007

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