At 19:22 12/03/01 +0100, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> >Hmm, not really. The only oid you can get is one from an Insert, but thats
> >for the most recent row inserted.
>How do i get the oid from the blob of the most recent row inserted?

The only way is to re-query the row as only the oid of the row is returned 
during the insert.

The only other way is to use the largeobject api (not JDBC) and then you 
have the oid before any inserts.


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