I have a table where I need to have columns with multiple LONG datatype. But owing to the limitation of not having more than one LONG column per table, is there a workaround to this without creating additonal tables?
I also knew that I can use LONG RAW but again that gives me only 2 columns. I have a requirement for more than that.
Switch to Oracle8 if you are not allready there and use CLOBs, BLOBs, or BFILEs instead. There is no way you could use more than one of LONG types in a table.
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Thanks for the reply. It was helpful. Yes I am on Oracle 8i so I can use all of these.
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