If you have already extracted the byte array for the image, then try
You can also look at setBlob() method of the xxxxxxxxStatement object you use.
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I have tried out the method of the setBlob. But the problem is how to get the reference of the Blob interface. I couldn't find any code which returns the Blob's reference. So I tried it in a different way: I inserted a empty image into the database by empty_blob() function of SQL. Then I used the setBytes of the blob interface to set the image bytes in it. But it gave an runtime exception: java.lang.AbstractMethodError. What could be the problem. Please help me in solving it.