Oracle9i Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs)
Release 1 (9.0.1)

Part Number A88879-01
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External LOBs (BFILEs), 6 of 41


Three Ways to Create a Table Containing a BFILE

Figure 12-2 Use Case Diagram: Three Ways to Create a Table Containing One or More BFILE Columns


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See Also:

"Use Case Model: External LOBs (BFILEs)" for all basic operations of External LOBs (BFILES). 

You can incorporate BFILEs into tables in the following three ways:

    1. As columns in a table -- see Creating a Table Containing One or More BFILE Columns

    2. As attributes of an object type -- see Creating a Table of an Object Type with a BFILE Attribute

    3. Contained within a nested table -- see Creating a Table with a Nested Table Containing a BFILE

In all cases SQL Data Definition Language (DDL) is used -- to define BFILE columns in a table and BFILE attributes in an object type.


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