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MS Word to Blob


I have a MS Word document in an IE Browser. I need to save this document
as a Blob. Is this possible.

Thanks for any information
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Jul 19 '05 #1
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northington wrote:
I have a MS Word document in an IE Browser. I need to save this document
as a Blob. Is this possible.


Yes.

Jul 19 '05 #2

Where can I find that information?
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Jul 19 '05 #3
northington wrote:
Where can I find that information?
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http://tahiti.oracle.com
contains a complete set of Oracle's doc. set

Jul 19 '05 #4

Repost

I forgot to mention an important point.

The user has selected a link which loads a word document that is stored
as a blob into an IE Browser.

I need to convert the word document into a Blob and return it to its
original rowId. This needs to happen if the browser is closed or the
client selects "save as" from the file menu.
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Jul 19 '05 #5

"northington" <me*********@dbforums.com> wrote in message
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Repost

I forgot to mention an important point.

The user has selected a link which loads a word document that is stored
as a blob into an IE Browser.

I need to convert the word document into a Blob and return it to its
original rowId. This needs to happen if the browser is closed or the
client selects "save as" from the file menu.
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If the user selects save as from the IE menu then they will save it locally
and not in the db. You need to have them "upload" it to the database via
some API. The thing that amazes me is the lack of effort you put into this.
Part of it seems to be a lack of technical expertise on your part. Not much
we can do there. It would be like trying to teach a fish basic math.
Jim
Jul 19 '05 #6

Any half-witted moron would have realized I knew that. But.... It is
obvious you are one of those who want to appear smarter than what they
really are. Have you ever heard of DDE, OLE or maybe even Macros which
can be 'possibly' work with the browsers 'save as' button? Oh, maybe
not. So to keep this short if you are really interested in knowing how
professional work, check out this thread.

http://dbforums.com/t909458.html

A word of advice, this is a professional forum, if you can't offer
any constructive help, keep your ignorance to yourself. It reflect
badly on you, and the forum. Oh, by the way, I have been doing this
over 20 Years.

Thanks!
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Jul 19 '05 #7
Sort of like how helpless you are searching Google. Or looking in a manual.
Some of us learn faster than others.
Jim
"northington" <me*********@dbforums.com> wrote in message
news:33****************@dbforums.com...

Any half-witted moron would have realized I knew that. But.... It is
obvious you are one of those who want to appear smarter than what they
really are. Have you ever heard of DDE, OLE or maybe even Macros which
can be 'possibly' work with the browsers 'save as' button? Oh, maybe
not. So to keep this short if you are really interested in knowing how
professional work, check out this thread.

http://dbforums.com/t909458.html

A word of advice, this is a professional forum, if you can't offer
any constructive help, keep your ignorance to yourself. It reflect
badly on you, and the forum. Oh, by the way, I have been doing this
over 20 Years.

Thanks!
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Jul 19 '05 #8

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