How to Pass the Checkbox Value Into Database Using JSP Servlet


The JSP language uses Java to insert data into a database using values inserted on the Web page. Your readers insert values, and the Java servlet code parses the data from the JSP form. It then inserts the data into a table. Create the SQL insert statement from the checkbox value, and use the database connection to insert the value into the table.

  • Open your JSP editor and the Web project. Open the page that you want to use to retrieve the checkbox value and insert the value into the database.

  • Create a variable and use the "getParameter" function to retrieve the checkbox value. The following code retrieves the value:

    string cbValue = req.getParameter("name");

    Replace "name" with the name of your checkbox on the JSP form.

  • Connect to the database server. The following code uses a MySQL database example to connect to a database server:

    connection = DriverManager.getConnection (serverURL, "dbuser", "password");

    Replace the "serverURL," username and password with your database server information.

  • Insert the checkbox value into a database table. The following code inserts the checkbox value into the "subscription" database:

    String query = "insert into subscript values (?)";
    PreparedStatement ps = connection.prepareStatement(query);
    int rows = ps.executeUpdate();

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