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- 04-22-2008, 11:57 AM #1Member
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problems about storing binary data to mysql db using PreparedStatement
I've found that storing binary data (byte) has the following problem if using PreparedStatement.setBinaryStream or setBytes.
if any element of the array is bigger than 127, the byte with value 0 after this element will be changed to 2 bytes "\0", or "92 48" in ordinal value automatically, thus when I read the array from mysql database, it is invalid. How could I GET WHAT I ACTUALLY STORE? 3x.
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