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Data Corrupt for BLOB objects


Data Corrupt for BLOB objects

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We recently copied table structure and data containing BLOB objects to new database. All of the objects are corrupt in the new database now. How do I handle table refreshes or coping BLOB objects. Thanks for your help!! JackErmm
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How do you know they're corrupt?

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We are using coldfusion code to display the objects. PDF in this case. The code works in our Dev. Table created in test and coldfusion code deployed to test. Adobe opens says object is corrupt.

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That's not database corruption (you'd get errors from SQL if it was, not adobe)

Without seeing how you're importing, make sure that nothing's getting truncated anywhere or converted to incorrect data types.

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