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"LONG RAW" data type

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(VB6.0, Oracle 8.0)
Hi
A field in an Oracle table has data of the type "LONG RAW". Any idea on how I can display it in VB directly?
A DataGrid (over ADO) will display the field but not its contents, an MSHFlexGrid will not acknowledge the field at all.
I only want to look at the contents, this is not part of a project.
Thanks
----Silvia Hansel----
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Go in this web page and take ORALONG.EXE: Use RDO with Oracle LONG and LONG RAW Datatypes.
I think that's you want. Using ORACLE LONG RAW Datatype in VB.

There are .DOC file, VB project, . . .


http://www.mvps.org/vbnet/dev/_acc/mssupport/support_dl_vb5.htm
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