Return Value of REPLACE statement
Posted by: David Linsin
Date: February 08, 2008 07:26AM

Hi guys,

when I do something like

PreparedStatement.prepareStatement("REPLACE test VALUES(?,?)");
int rows = PreparedStatement.executeUpdate();

I would expect rows to be the number of rows affected, instead it returns 0 on mysql 5.0.45 under WinXP.

Could that be a bug or am I missing something else?

Regards, David

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