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Java 9 Cookbook by Nick Samoylov, Mohamed Sanaulla

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Here is another recommendation from the PostgreSQL documentation (you can access it at https://jdbc.postgresql.org/documentation/80/binary-data.html):

The BYTEA data type is not well suited for storing very large amounts of binary data. While a column of type BYTEA can hold up to 1 GB of binary data, it would require a huge amount of memory to process such a large value. The Large Object method for storing binary data is better suited to storing very large values, but it has its own limitations. Specifically deleting a row that contains a Large Object reference does not delete the Large Object. Deleting the Large Object is a separate operation that needs to be performed. Large Objects also have some security issues since anyone ...

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