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TitleHow do I insert and retrieve BLOB data using JDBC?
URL NameHow-do-I-insert-and-retrieve-BLOB-data-using-JDBC
Article Number000164746
EnvironmentProduct: Connect for JDBC, SequeLink for JDBC
Version: All supported versions
OS: All supported platforms
Database: DB2, Informix, MySQL, Oracle, Progress OpenEdge, SQL Server
Application: JAVA
Question/Problem Description
How do I insert and retrieve BLOB data using Java with the Connect for JDBC and SequeLink for JDBC drivers?
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Sample Java applications that insert and retrieve BLOB data when using the Connect for JDBC and SequeLink for JDBC drivers..  The samples use setBinaryStream() and getBinaryStream() methods.

The Sample code file contains the following files:

- :  Application that inserts a BLOB File into a database
- :  Application that retrieves a Blob DataField and stores it into a file
- :  Contains the connection information
- U_C.gif :  Blob file that will be inserted and retrieved

Modify the connection properties in to use the driver and connection URL. Before running the application, make sure the driver jar files are listed in  your CLASSPATH environment variable.
Last Modified Date11/22/2013 10:23 PM
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