Java code inserts data from Notes documents into a SQL table
Prepared statements allow Lotus Notes/Domino users to update and insert data into tables without having to use special characters.
This Java code shows how to retrieve data from Lotus Notes documents, but with a twist. The code tests to see if the data already exists in a SQL table. If it does, the data is updated. If it doesn't exist, then the data is inserted.
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This was first published in October 2008
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