|Subject||Re: [Firebird-Architect] Inserting binary data via a script|
> > CREATE TABLE mytablewant
> > ( I Integer,
> > B BLOB);
> > COMMIT;
> > INSERT INTO mytable (I, B) VALUES (1, 0xAE01498921);
> > INSERT INTO mytable (I, B) VALUES (1, 0x000060000060000080);
> > etc...
> > This would insert a blob with each byte written as a hex value. The
> > "0x......" would be the blob.
> Is this request for server enhancement or isql enhancement? I guess you
> the server to understand that, but just to be sure.The server should understand it, I don't use "isql" ;-)
Anyway, this works in MS SQL, MySQL and NexusDB, probably others.
It's a neat way to insert/update binary data from within a script.
Obviously, the statement that's passing the data to the server could be
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