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hello,
I have a mysql database(which I could not modify)
and there is a Field type of blob which exuals to byte[] at mysql.
I could not read the data from mysql to get that byte[] values and convert
to string.

Thanks for your help
Esref DURNA
es*********@mir cosoft.com
Dec 12 '05 #1
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Post the code how are you retrieving info from database, maybe them we can
help you

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hello,
I have a mysql database(which I could not modify)
and there is a Field type of blob which exuals to byte[] at mysql.
I could not read the data from mysql to get that byte[] values and convert
to string.

Thanks for your help
Esref DURNA
es*********@mir cosoft.com

Dec 12 '05 #2

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