In Oracle, BFILENAME Function returns a BFILE locator that is linked with a physical LOB file on the server file system. Below is an example to store a file into a table using BFILENAME in Oracle.
BFILENAME function takes two arguments, first is the directory object name and second is the file name.
BFILENAME (directory_object, file_name)
BFILENAME Function Example
In the following example, we will create a table emp_resume and a directory object to store resume file using the BFILE data type and then will insert a record using BFILENAME function.
- Create a Table and a Directory Object
Create Table emp_resume (Empno NUMBER, resume BFILE) / Create or Replace Directory MY_DOC as 'C:\Docs' /
- Insert a record into the table using BFILENAME function
INSERT INTO emp_resume (empno, resume) VALUES (7399, BFILENAME ('MY_DOC', '7369_Resume.doc'));
1 row created.
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