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Re: InstantDB: newbie Q: storing arbitrary objects


Well, the binary type seems definitely appropriate.

But for binary to work you need a preparedStatement instead of a mere 
statement. This kind allows you to set the values of some columns 
(some "arguments" to the prepared statement) as streams or as 
byte-arrays...

You then stream your objectOutputstream through this stream ?

I think there is an example of binary upload in the example 
distribution, otherwise just ask.

Paul


>hi,
>
>the online doc gives me willies:
>Is it possible to store arbitrary java objects
>as easy as sql types?
>If not, what alternatives?
>
>thanks in advance,
>Jens Woch
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