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java code to insert/query nclob data type

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I need java code to insert/query nclob datatype.

We are using jdk 1.5 and oracle 10g  (or 11g)
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I followed http://www.stanford.edu/dept/itss/docs/oracle/10g/java.101/b10979/oralob.htm

But this is similar to what you have.

Thanks. I will accept your answer as solution.
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