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C++ Build: read data from BLOB?

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A table will form as below after running the C++ Builder code:

1   [BLOB]  [*BLOB*]  [BLOB]  [BLOB]  [BLOB] [BLOB] [Blob]
2   [BLOB]  [*BLOB*]  [BLOB]  [BLOB]  [BLOB] [BLOB] [Blob]
3   ......

1000[BLOB]  [*BLOB*]  [BLOB]  [BLOB]  [BLOB] [BLOB] [Blob]



I need that, after only click the second [BLOB], all data in this column of all raws will be saved in

ascii format. Howevr, only the data in the first BLOB was saved, all other data was NOT saved in the

file. How to modify it?
High points will be given if your modification does work!

//_________________ part of code _________________
void TMainForm::ExportBLOB(AnsiString FileName, AnsiString FieldName)
{
int SaveNo = DBTable->RecNo;  
DBTable->First();DBTable->Next();  
TFileStream* File=new TFileStream(FileName, fmCreate);  
while(!DBTable->Eof){    //***

TField* Field=DBTable->FieldByName(FieldName);
TFieldType FieldType=Field->DataType;
if(FieldType!=ftBlob)
throw Exception("Invalid Call To ExportBlob() - Field Not A BlobType");

TBlobField* ThisBlob;
ThisBlob=(TBlobField*)Field;
TBlobStream* ThisBlobStream;
ThisBlobStream=new TBlobStream(ThisBlob, bmRead);

int PointsToRead=ThisBlobStream->Size/sizeof(short);
if(PointsToRead<=0)
{
    delete ThisBlobStream;
    return;
}

short* Data=new short[PointsToRead];

ThisBlobStream->Seek(0, soFromBeginning);
ThisBlobStream->Read(Data, ThisBlobStream->Size);

for(int i=0; i<PointsToRead; i++)
{
    AnsiString Text;
    Text+=Data[i];
    Text+="\n";  
    File->Write(Text.c_str(), Text.Length());
}

delete ThisBlobStream;
delete [] Data;
DBTable->Next();DBTable->Next();DBTable->Next();DBTable->Next();
DBTable->Next();DBTable->Next();  
}    //***
delete File;    
DBTable->RecNo = SaveNo;

}
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Question by:Johncili
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by:kretzschmar
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guessing you misunderstand the next-method
(this goes to the next record and not to the next field)

therefore
DBTable->First();DBTable->Next();  
should be
DBTable->First();  //except you will skip the first record

and

DBTable->Next();DBTable->Next();DBTable->Next();DBTable->Next();
DBTable->Next();DBTable->Next();
should be
DBTable->Next(); //only one is needed to go to the next record

just a guess

meikl ;-)

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by:kretzschmar
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also you could use the stream copy-method instead of saving bytewise
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by:Johncili
ID: 6344711
Thanks,

However, how to write out those marked BLOB (every raw, second column, e.g., every record, 2nd field only)?

Looking for your advise.



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by:Johncili
ID: 6344793

How to write out data in every 2nd field?
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by:Johncili
ID: 6344868


If I know that the name of 2nd field is "BLOB2", how to write out only this field of every record?

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by:kretzschmar
ID: 6344907
well,

i can show only how i would do it in delphi
(because i'm no c-coder)

i guess your table contains 7 blob-fields
so i would code something like this

procedure blobexport(ATable : TTable; AFieldNo : Integer; AFilename : String);
var
  fs : tfilestream;
begin
  if not ATable.Active then  //be sure the table is open
    ATable.Open;
  fs := tfilestream.create(AFileName, fmCreate);  //new file
  ATable.First;  //from beginning
  if ATable.Fields[AFieldNo-1].IsBlob Then  //is it a blobfield
  begin
    while not ATable.Eof do //to end
    begin
      If Not TBlobField(ATable.Fields[AFieldNo-1]).IsEmpty Then  //only for not empty contents
      begin
        TBlobField(ATable.Fields[AFieldNo-1]).SaveToStream(fs);  //write to the stream, with a typeconversion
        fs.write(#13#10,2);  //new line
      end;
    end;
  end;
  fs.free;  //close file
end;

well, just from head, there may typos

meikl ;-)
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kretzschmar earned 897 total points
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missed just the next :-))

procedure blobexport(ATable : TTable; AFieldNo : Integer; AFilename : String);
var
 fs : tfilestream;
begin
 if not ATable.Active then  //be sure the table is open
   ATable.Open;
 if ATable.Fields[AFieldNo-1].IsBlob Then  //is it a blobfield
 begin
   fs := tfilestream.create(AFileName, fmCreate);  //new file
   ATable.First;  //from beginning
   while not ATable.Eof do //to end
   begin
     If Not TBlobField(ATable.Fields[AFieldNo-1]).IsEmpty Then  //only for not empty contents
     begin
       TBlobField(ATable.Fields[AFieldNo-1]).SaveToStream(fs);  //write to the stream, with a typeconversion
       fs.write(#13#10,2);  //new line
     end;
     ATable.Next; //next record
   end;
 end;
 fs.free;  //close file
end;

well, just from head, there may typos

meikl ;-)
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by:kretzschmar
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any success?
any problems?
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john, did you get it work?
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