Difference between Statement PreparedStatement and CallableStatement

Statement PreparedStatement and CallableStatement are interfaces of JDBC that are used to interact with the Database, either to execute the insert’s, updates, deletes or to call a stored procedure or to get data.

Lets see the difference between Statement PreparedStatement and CallableStatement.

1. Statement

  • Statements are used to execute simple static SQL that are not to be executed multiple times.
  • Statements do not accept dynamic parameters to the SQL’s.
  • Statements are slow as compared to PreparedStatement and CallableStatement.

2. PreparedStatement

  • PreparedStatement are used to execute dynamic SQL that are to be executed multiple times and accept dynamic params.
  • PreparedStatement are more efficient than Statements as the SQL’s are pre compiled in the Database for PreparedStatement. Efficiency of PreparedStatement is better over Statements when a same query with different param need to be executed.
  • Since parameters in PreparedStatement are set using Setter methods for a particular Type (VARCHAR,INT etc),
    PreparedStatement have a advantage and are used to avoid SQL injections.

3. CallableStatement

  • CallableStatement are used to execute Stored procedures.
  • CallableStatement also accept dynamic params and also can be useful in avoiding SQL injections.
  • CallableStatement have 3 types of params – IN, OUT and INOUT.
    IN param works same are PreparedStatement params.
    OUT params need to be registered before using them.
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