How to update html file in clob column in oracle

please help me how to update html file in clob column in oracle

This is your main query as i am able to understand and you want to update your html file into terms columns based on conditions :
SELECT     b.terms As terms
         FROM chklst_item_x_enrlmnt_type a, prvdr_enrlmnt_agreement b
        WHERE a.enrlmnt_type_cid = 1
          AND a.chklst_item_cid = b.chklst_item_cid
          AND a.chklst_item_cid = 79
          AND a.oprtnl_flag = 'A'
          AND b.oprtnl_flag = 'A'
          AND TRUNC (SYSDATE) BETWEEN b.from_date AND b.TO_DATE;So i suggest below one but you need to create a directory where you can store your html file and then you can update .. And remaining consult Experts suggestions too as your
question is improperly posted . . .
   vclob     CLOB;
   v_bfile   BFILE := BFILENAME ('YOUR_DIR', 'filename.html');
   SELECT     b.terms
         INTO vclob
         FROM chklst_item_x_enrlmnt_type a, prvdr_enrlmnt_agreement b
        WHERE a.enrlmnt_type_cid = 1
          AND a.chklst_item_cid = b.chklst_item_cid
          AND a.chklst_item_cid = 79
          AND a.oprtnl_flag = 'A'
          AND b.oprtnl_flag = 'A'
          AND TRUNC (SYSDATE) BETWEEN b.from_date AND b.TO_DATE
   DBMS_LOB.fileopen (v_bfile);
   DBMS_LOB.loadfromfile (vclob, v_bfile, DBMS_LOB.getlength (v_bfile));
   DBMS_LOB.fileclose (v_bfile);
/ Regards..

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    <DATALOAD ................</DATALOAD>
    <DATALOAD ................</DATALOAD>
    <DATALOAD ................</DATALOAD>
    <DATALOAD ................</DATALOAD>

    RBYL wrote:
    Thank you for your response. What I want to achieve is read the text file into ClOB column. There are hundreds reocords in the text file. The format is below. Each entry is '<DATALOAD (sensitive data here, use....... instead)</DATALOAD>' that needs to be read into clob table as a record. That is basically what I need to achieve.
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    <DATALOAD ................</DATALOAD>
    hundreds of them here........
    <DATALOAD ................</DATALOAD>
    <DATALOAD ................</DATALOAD>So, is it really a text file or is it a well structured XML file?
    Just reading it into a CLOB to process is not likely to be the best way.
    If each line of the file is a record, then you're likely to be better using something like External Tables.
    If it's a structured XML file, then it can be read using CLOB functionality into an XMLTYPE datatype and then shredded down into relational table structures.
    Be more clear in what your requirements are and we can help you better.

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    Erm ...
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    How to export HTML file into MS word file without any change
    in design format?
    As I have been trying to do that but problem is coming in
    formating. Table's witdth and height get disturbed in MS word when
    I import the html file.
    What I do after creating HTML in dreamweaver I save that file
    into .txt format in dreamweaver. and then import it in MS Word. And
    I tried too much for it but invain.
    Please help me in finding the way of solution.
    Please help me as my job is in trouble. It's very urgent
    pleeease help me. I'll be thankful to you.

    Just open the HTML file in Word.
    "apollo321" <[email protected]> wrote in
    news:gavbhd$6j4$[email protected]..
    > How to export HTML file into MS word file without any
    change in design
    > format?
    > As I have been trying to do that but problem is coming
    in formating.
    > Table's
    > witdth and height get disturbed in MS word when I import
    the html file.
    > What I do after creating HTML in dreamweaver I save that
    file into .txt
    > format
    > in dreamweaver. and then import it in MS Word. And I
    tried too much for it
    > but
    > invain.
    > Please help me in finding the way of solution.
    > Please help me as my job is in trouble. It's very urgent
    pleeease help me.
    > I'll be thankful to you.

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