Thank you for your help and quick response.
Joachim Achtzehnter wrote:
> On Mon, 17 Jul 2000, Matt Fair wrote:
> > 1. How can I store a String into the database? (can be up to 4000
> > characters, so I do not want to use varchar) I have been told that if
> > I were to take that string and convert it into a byte that I could
> > store it like that.
> A BLOB can be stored using the setBytes() method of PreparedStatement, it
> can be retrieved using the getBytes() method of ResultSet.
> > 2. Do I have to manually set the OID number?
> No, the setBytes() method will do this for you.
> Note, that BLOB operations must be done inside a transaction. Do NOT use
> the autocommit setting when manipulating BLOBS.
> > 3. Is there a place on the internet where I can download the source for
> > the most current jdbc?
> The most current would be in CVS. Released versions of Postgresql
> including the JDBC driver are available as compressed tar files. See
> http://www.postgresql.org (click on Software) for the links.
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