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From:Peter Carter Date:January 7 2000 4:07am
Subject:Re: OLEDB blob help
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Set your cursor to client-side-read-only. Do a standard fetch and your full
blob will come pouring in. This is the way I do it my my vb / vbscript code.

on 1/6/00 5:11 PM, Jon Brandon at jon@stripped wrote:

> Hi Everyone, I have the exact same problem using RDO, in Visual Basic.
> Everything other than retrieving a blob works fine.  If any one has an
> answer to this problem please send it out to the list.  Oh and I am using
> the most current version of MyODBC.
> Thanks
> -Jon
> On Thu, 6 Jan 2000, Sean Maurik wrote:
>> Date: Thu, 06 Jan 2000 16:33:55 -0500
>> From: Sean Maurik <smaurik@stripped>
>> To: myodbc@stripped
>> Subject: OLEDB blob help
>> Hi Everyone, looking for some help with OLEDB (or ADO - I can convert between
>> the two) and reading blobs:
>> I'm using OLEDB to access blob data.  Using MyODBC I can set and insert
>> values but can't retrieve them.  I can get
>> the data in ODBC fine but not OLEDB (using ISequentialStream).  If anyone has
>> any ideas I'd love to here them.
>> Thanks
>> Sean
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OLEDB blob helpSean Maurik7 Jan
  • Re: OLEDB blob helpJon Brandon7 Jan
    • Re: OLEDB blob helpPeter Carter7 Jan