i'd reckon your null pointer is more likely higher up.
try breaking it down and inspecting the contents of the objects at
runtime with a couple of breakpoints and a debugger. something like
FormFile ff = fdb.getNewFile();
byte b = ff.getFileData();
my suspicion is that the form file is null, so calling getFileData() on
it raises your null pointer
redata software systems
On Tue, 2004-09-21 at 05:06, kalpesh modi wrote:
> I am trying to insert a blob. I am getting
> NullPointerException. Is there any special care to be
> taken while inserting a blob?
> Thanks for any help.
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