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    BLOB's to Oracle through XL (Win XP / O2003 / UK)

    Hi,

    In our company we are using Excel for a lot of things ao. we publish documents and their tags to an Oracle database.
    Right now I am building a minor internal tool that adds PDF's to an Oracle database through Excel.

    I know that this can be done as BLOB's.

    Has any of the "Woody wizards" been doing similarly?
    Do you have any experience in what is the most efficient way of doing it?
    and ultimately are there any pitfalls I should pay extra attention to?


    Huge thanks in advance...
    Bests,
    RD


    PS: Wish there were a knob on the TV to turn up the intelligence. There's a knob called "brightness," but that doesn't work

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    Re: BLOB's to Oracle through XL (Win XP / O2003 /

    I've managed BLOBs in Act!6 - using Word/VBA to merge blocks of Notes/History records for duplicated contacts across 3 separate Act! databases.
    Blobs is Blobs, right? (Except that Act!6 SDK documentation is probably recognised as a Blob in its own right).

    I treated each notes/history data for a contact as a sequential file of notes/history items, and effected a classic merge between pairs of Notes/History data for matchig contacts.

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    Re: BLOB's to Oracle through XL (Win XP / O2003 / UK)

    Since the question has been reposted in <post:=599,918>post 599,918</post:>, this thread is locked. Please post all replies in the other thread.

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