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Topic: Reading Blobs (PDF Files) from Database
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 58875
From: nehk
Date: 5/29/2002 05:35 PM

I stored several pdf files produced automatically by an application into a Sql Server 2000 database. I used the ODBC API method to accomplish it. While I can read this file using the same method from the database, I cannot do the same when reading them through JDBC for publication in my internet site. I think the problem might be that I am trying to byte serve the file and this is not possible if the file is stored in the database or that I must set the attributes of the file to the mime datatype. Either way, does anybody has any idea how to do this? I am using SilverStream in the web server side.



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