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From:Martijn Tonies Date:July 26 2007 7:15am
Subject:Re: regarding BFILE datatype from Oracle
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Hi,

> Hi guys,
>  I'm doing a data migration from oracle to MySQL.
>  There is a table including BFILE datatype column on the Oracle, but I
can't find the replacement in MySQL, Would anyone like to give me some
advice or solutions?


A BFILE is nothing more than a filename really, except
that it can be accessed as if it were a blob directly
in the database.

You can do one of two things:
1) store a filename and create some routine that gets
the file from the file system

or

2) store the blob inside your database.

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