I have a table from a 3rd party Oracle database with an ID column whose data type is RAW(16). I am trying to insert these ID values to a new table via a VB.NET console application that uses an ODBC connection.
Basically, i'm reading the data from the source, and then creating INSERT statements for the appropriate records to the new table. However, for the ID column, VB.NET creates the following as the SQL: "INSERT INTO TABLE1(ID) VALUES(System.Byte);"
What do I need to do in order to successfully insert RAW data into the new table?
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