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How to store word file in oracle 10g

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How to store word file in oracle 10g  and retrive the file .

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Sathish
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see this,

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Java/Q_24455650.html

you need to store as BLOB field in db tables and retrieve them appropriately.

-Murali*
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If you have a lot of files to upload, the best approach is arguably  to store the files on disk (in a virtual/physical server environment) and then store the path to the files in the database.

However if you want to store the files themselves in the database, then use a BLOB field. How you upload depends on the technology used. MuraliKanth's post above deals with uploading from a JSP, but there are other alternatives:
ADO: http://narfle.com/ref/asp/oracleBlob.asp
VB6: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/848217/how-can-i-upload-a-file-to-an-oracle-blob-field-using-vb6

Oracle SQL Loader: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Database/Oracle/Q_24436520.html

and there are many more
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