6 years ago in Introduction To Java

How can u execute DML statement in Database

[A] By invoking the execute(...) or executeUpdate(...) method of a normal Statement object or a sub-interface object thereof
[B] By invoking the executeInsert(...), executeDelete(...) or executeUpdate(...) methods of the DataModificationStatement object
[C] By making use of the InsertStatement, DeleteStatement or UpdateStatement classes
[D] None
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D Abhilashgoud
D Abhilashgoud - 1 month ago

D Abhilashgoud is saying By making use of the InsertStatement, DeleteStatement or UpdateStatement classes is correct answer

Mayank Baranwal
Mayank Baranwal - 5 months ago

Mayank Baranwal is saying By making use of the InsertStatement, DeleteStatement or UpdateStatement classes is correct answer

Shagun Saroha
Shagun Saroha - 5 months ago

Shagun Saroha is saying By invoking the execute(...) or executeUpdate(...) method of a normal Statement object or a sub-interface object thereof is correct answer

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chaimaa elgotbi - 7 months ago

chaimaa elgotbi from Casablanca, Morocco is saying By making use of the InsertStatement, DeleteStatement or UpdateStatement classes is correct answer

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Amina Zeroual - 7 months ago

Amina Zeroual from Casablanca, Morocco is saying By invoking the execute(...) or executeUpdate(...) method of a normal Statement object or a sub-interface object thereof is correct answer

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