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Saving an OLE Object to an Access MDB

Posted on 2002-07-19
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I'm almost positive this can be done, but I can't seem to figure out how.

How to you "save" an OleObject into an Access OleObject field?

To be more specific, I'd like to save a DOM Object in an mdb as follows:

Dm msxlm as New DOMDocument

dyn.Edit
dyn![DomObject]=msxlm
dyn.update

But this doesn't work. I also tried Set dyn![DomObject]=msxlm

with no results.

Do I have to BLOB it and if so, how?

Thanks.



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Question by:carpbyte
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Bahnass earned 100 total points
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Can U save Ur Object as a file(even temporarily),
then read it in a binary array,
Then save it in access field

Hope this helps
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by:carpbyte
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That's what I ended up doing.

I'll leave the question open for a little while though & if no other comments show up, the points are yours.

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