Showing posts with label mysql. Show all posts
Showing posts with label mysql. Show all posts

Wednesday, 13 April 2016

How to Retrieve Automatically Generated Keys in JDBC?

You can retrieve automatically generated keys (also called auto-generated keys or auto increment) from a table using JDBC 3.0 methods getGeneratedKeys(). The getGeneratedKeys()provide a standard way to make auto-generated or identity column values available to an application that is updating a database table without a requiring a query and a second round-trip to the server. SQL Server allows only a single auto increment column per table.
The ResultSet that is returned by getGeneratedKeys method will have only one column, with the returned column name of GENERATED_KEYS.
If generated keys are requested on a table that has no auto increment column, the JDBC driver will return a null result set.
When you insert rows by executeUpdate or execute an INSERT statement or an INSERT within SELECT statement, you need to indicate that you will want to retrieve automatically generated key values. You do that by setting a flag in a Connection.prepareStatement, Statement.executeUpdate, or Statement.execute method call. The statement that is executed must be an INSERT statement or an INSERT within SELECT statement. Otherwise, the JDBC driver ignores the parameter that sets the flag.

Friday, 24 July 2015

Insert Image in database

Require Driver : mysql-connector-java-5.0.8-bin.jar

Table Structure : 

CREATE TABLE myImageFiles (
  id int(11) NOT NULL auto_increment,
  document blob