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Store Arbitrary binary objects in a Database

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I need to store java binary objects into a database, i need to store arbitrary objects. I have seen JDO, like castor, but they're no good because they need to define an object descriptor, i need my objects to be serialized, just like the way the're serialized in files.


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Just use a blob field and then use ObjectOutputStream
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Than You CEHJ
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