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suhail quadri
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can java objects stored in database?how?
Gregg Bolinger
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If the database supports binary objects (BLOB), then usually, yes. And I'll move this over to the JDBC forum where those members can help you learn how.


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David Ulicny
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Yes, you just need to serialize them, which basicaly means they must implement Serializable interface.


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