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Sample Code: BLOB insertion in Oracle10g

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Responding to a customer question about Blob insertion in Oracle 10g DB using the JDBC 3.0 driver. Very Simple application. Download Java Source See insertBlob method.

package demo;
import java.sql.*;import*;import java.sql.PreparedStatement;import java.util.*;
import oracle.jdbc.driver.*;import oracle.sql.BLOB;

/*** Insert record in the MEDIA table*   MEDIA (file_name varchar2(256), file_content BLOB);*/public class BlobOracle{  private final static String hostname = "localhost";  private final static String port = "1521";  private final static String sid = "ORCL";  private final static String username = "scott";  private final static String password = "tiger";  private static String fileLocation;  private static Connection connection;
  public BlobOracle()  {  }
  /**  *  * @param args  */  public static void main(String[] args)  {    try    {      if (args.length == 0)      {        System.out.println("\n\n  Usage demo.BlobOracle ");        System.exit(0);      }
      fileLocation = args[0];
      setConnection();      insertBLOB();
    } catch (Exception ex)    {      ex.printStackTrace();      } finally      {      }    }

    private static void setConnection() throws SQLException    {      DriverManager.registerDriver(new oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver());      connection = DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:oracle:thin:@"+hostname+ ":"+ port +":"+ sid , username , password);      connection.setAutoCommit(false); // we must control the commit    }
    private static void insertBLOB() throws SQLException, Exception    {      BLOB blob;      File file ;      FileInputStream is;      OutputStream os;
      long ts1 = System.currentTimeMillis();

      //Create a statement.      PreparedStatement pstmt = connection.prepareStatement("insert into media (file_name, file_content) values (?,empty_blob())");      file = new File(fileLocation);      String fileName = file.getName();      //Set the file name and execute the query      pstmt.setString(1, fileName);      pstmt.execute();
      //Take back the record for update (we will insert the blob)      //supposely the file name is the PK      pstmt = connection.prepareStatement("select file_content from media where file_name = ? for update");      pstmt.setString(1, fileName);
      //Execute the query, and we must have one record so take it      ResultSet rset = pstmt.executeQuery();;
      //Use the OracleDriver resultset, we take the blob locator      blob = ((OracleResultSet)rset).getBLOB("file_content");
      is = new FileInputStream(file); //Create a stream from the file      // JDBC 2.0      //os = blob.getBinaryOutputStream(); //get the output stream from the Blob to insert it      // JDBC 3.0      os = blob.setBinaryStream(0); //get the output stream from the Blob to insert it
      //Read the file by chuncks and insert them in the Blob. The chunk size come from the blob      byte[] chunk = new byte[blob.getChunkSize()];      int i=-1;      System.out.println("Inserting the Blob");      while((i =!=-1)      {        os.write(chunk,0,i); //Write the chunk        System.out.print('.'); // print progression      }
      // When done close the streams      is.close();      os.close();
      //Close the statement and commit      pstmt.close();      long ts2 = System.currentTimeMillis();
      connection.commit();      connection.close();
      System.out.println("\n"+ (ts2 - ts1) +" ms" );