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Oracle BLOB

Posted by teden 11.09.2007 20:00

Any chance I can generate DAO objects for an Oracle table containing 2 blob columns?

CREATE TABLE mytable (
id NUMBER(38) NOT NULL,
create_date DATE NOT NULL,
user VARCHAR2(60) NOT NULL,
first_blob BLOB,
second_blob BLOB NOT NULL,
ref_num VARCHAR2(48) NOT NULL,
vendor_name VARCHAR2(48) NOT NULL,
is_valid CHAR(1) NOT NULL,
algorithm VARCHAR2(20),
PRIMARY KEY(id),
INDEX mytable_id_INDEX (id));