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In this JDBC tutorial we will teach how to set the Timestamp in database table by using the PreparedStatement interfac

Set Timestamp by using the Prepared Statement

     

In this JDBC tutorial we will teach how to set the Timestamp in database table by using the PreparedStatement interface of java.sql package. If you want to insert the Timestamp in a table, here you will provide the setTimestamp method that added date and time in the database table by using the  java.util.Date package. See brief description below:

Description of program:

In this program we are going to insert the Timestamp in database table (ray) with the help of PreparedStatement interface. Working with program, first of we will establish the connection with MySQL database by using the JDBC driver. When the connection has been established then we give own query in the prepareStatement method that returns the PreparedStatement object. After that, we will insert the data with the PreparedStatement object according to database table (rname, rtime). Here we wish to add Timestamp in the table through the setTimestamp method that added the timestamp in a database table. Finally, we will get the data added in the database table then it will display a message "row(s) affected" otherwise it shows "Illegal argument!".

Description of code:

Timestamp(long time);
This is the constructor of java.sql.Timestamp class that takes long types values to milliseconds. The Timestamp object stored the fractional seconds but the integral seconds are stored in the underlying date value.

setTimestamp(int index, Timestamp time);
Above method sets the arguments to given java.sql.Timestamp value. The JDBC driver converts it into the SQL TIMESTAMP value. It takes integer type index value and Timestamp value in millisecond.

Here is the code of program:

import java.sql.*;

public class SetTimetamp{
  public static void main(String[] args) {
  System.out.println("Set Timestamp example by using the Prepared Statement!");
  Connection con = null;
  Timestamp tstamp = new Timestamp(00-00-00);
  try{
  Class.forName("com.mysql.jdbc.Driver");
  con = DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:mysql:
//localhost:3306/jdbctutorial","root","root");
  try{
  String sql = "INSERT ray VALUES(?,?)";
  PreparedStatement prest = con.prepareStatement(sql);
  prest.setString(1,"x-ray");
  prest.setTimestamp(2,tstamp.valueOf("1980-01-14 12:50:45.01"));
  int row = prest.executeUpdate();
  System.out.println(row + " row(s) affected)");
  }
  catch (IllegalArgumentException s){
  System.out.println("Illegal argument!");
  }
  }
  catch (Exception e){
  e.printStackTrace();
  }
  }
} 

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Database Table: ray

rname rtime
x-ray 1984-11-25 02:25:45
x-ray 1980-01-14 12:50:45

Output of program:

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

C:\vinod\jdbc\jdbc\PreparedStatement>java SetTimetamp
Set Timestamp example by using the Prepared Statement!
1 row(s) affected)

Database Table: ray

rname rtime
x-ray 1984-11-25 02:25:45
x-ray 1980-01-14 12:50:45
Bita-ray 1984-11-23 13:01:00
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Posted on: April 13, 2007

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Comments:2
kiran
June 8, 2011
Thanks

It is very useful. My requirement is fulfilled.
Utpal
September 11, 2013
It worked

Thanks, it worked as intended.
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