To insert and retrieve the image or photo from Oracle 10g database

java code to insert and retrieve the same image in the image box

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#1 blackforest  Icon User is offline

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To insert and retrieve the image or photo from Oracle 10g database

Post icon  Posted 30 September 2007 - 01:13 PM

Please anybody tell me how to configure the setting for Oracle 10g and java.
Most Importantly Give me the JAVA code for inserting and retrieving the Image from Oracle 10g database using Long raw or BLOB or CLOB whatever?
Please send me the codes in my email if possible.

Email: blackforests84@yahoo.co.in

Its urgent.
Thank you.

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Re: To insert and retrieve the image or photo from Oracle 10g database

Posted 01 October 2007 - 12:07 AM

Welcome to DIC blackforest,
I would like to ask you to "most importantly" read the forum rules, because we have a policy so that we don't give complete solutions until somebody shows some effort in solving his problem(sends in his source code he already has, preferably with the error messages as well).
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Re: To insert and retrieve the image or photo from Oracle 10g database

Posted 02 October 2007 - 04:59 AM

For starters let me reiterate what 1lacca stated, we don't just give solutions to questions, not for homework, not for projects, not for anything, thats not what </dream.in.code> is all about. We're here to help people who are actually willing to put in some sweat and tears in an attempt to solve their problem, not for people to come here and say "Just give me the solution I'm looking for, then email it to me".

Second, this is more of a Java question, in my opinion, so I am re-locating this to the Java Forum (don't be surprised if you get flamed more once I move it)
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