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Oracle PL / SQL » Large Objects » bfile 
BFILENAME function
  
SQL>
SQL> CREATE TABLE lobdemo (
  2    key NUMBER,
  3    bfile_col BFILE);

Table created.

SQL>
SQL> CREATE DIRECTORY utils AS '/home/utils';


SQL>
SQL> CREATE DIRECTORY code AS '/home/code';


SQL>
SQL> INSERT INTO lobdemo (key, bfile_col)
  2    VALUES (10, BFILENAME('utils', 'file1.txt'));

row created.

SQL>
SQL> INSERT INTO lobdemo (key, bfile_col)
  2    VALUES (11, BFILENAME('utils', 'file2.txt'));

row created.

SQL>
SQL>
SQL> drop table lobdemo;

Table dropped.

   
  
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