I have a UI where users can upload multiple files as attachment to an service order getting created. I use Oracle BC4J, hence these documents are stored as BlobDomain.
In my java class, I am trying to create an ARRAY of these blobs and it invariably fails.
What I have tried so far:
1. Create a ArrayDescriptor for my_type. Try to create the ARRAY using the descriptor and BlobDomain Array. Code fails with "Fail to convert to internal representation"
2. Create a ArrayDescriptor for my_type. Try to create the ARRAY using descriptor and Object or byte (byte array is derived by making call to getByteArray(long offset, int length) method on the BlobDomain. Same error as above.
3. Create a ArrayDescriptor for my_type. Try to create the ARRAY using descriptor and BLOB. BLOB array created from byte derived from BlobDomain. Here the call goes to DB, but DB throws ORA-22927: invalid LOB locator specified.
I tried to use oracle.sql.STRUCT with the combination of ArrayDescriptor but that approach also failed with "Fail to convert to internal representation"
I am not sure how to use ARRAY for BLOB tables. I have been successfully using for all other native DB types and also user defined ADT's.
Any pointers for the same?
Thanks in advance.
Joined: Feb 22, 2011
This is resolved.
I did the below instead of creating a new blob object.
I added this to the BLOB array and used the BLOB array to create the sql ARRAY.
Works great now!.
Note: I got a lead to this in stackoverflow when I was searching the web.
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com
subject: how to pass multiple BLOB objects to a PLSQL procedure?