Can any one tell me how to get bitmap from ultralite database using ResultSet.getBlobInputStream?

asked 10 Feb '12, 19:51

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Can you tell us what platform and API you are using? What version of UltraLite are you using?

(13 Feb '12, 09:00) PhilippeBert...

I am using Android. I have the image stored in ultralite database in form of byte array.

(13 Feb '12, 13:04) TEJ

The following code fragment gives the idea:

ResultSet rs = ps.executeQuery();
while( rs.next() ) {
    if( !rs.isNull( 3 ) ) {
        InputStream is = rs.getBlobInputStream( 3 );
        // read the column using InputStream
    }
}

Is that what you are looking for?

(17 Feb '12, 13:49) Andy Quick

The following code fragment gives the idea:

ResultSet rs = ps.executeQuery();
while( rs.next() ) {
    if( !rs.isNull( 3 ) ) {
        InputStream is = rs.getBlobInputStream( 3 );
        // read the column using InputStream
    }
}
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answered 06 Mar '12, 15:51

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@Andy: FWIW, you can also "convert an existing comment to an answer" with the help of the leftmost button below the comment...

(07 Mar '12, 03:54) Volker Barth
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