To store an image file in an Oracle table, you will need to define a column in that table with the BLOB datatype....
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The Binary Large Object (BLOB) datatype can store any binary data including image files, sound files, documents or anything else. This Oracle documentation shows a lot of information on BLOBs.
Pay close attention to Chapter 6 as it contains specific information on Visual Basic.
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