Java Stored Proc, passing BLOB, not stored in a table.

I have checked this article, and found it will not suit my needs.
http://otn.oracle.com/sample_code/tech/java/codesnippet/jdbc/lob/LobToSP.html
I have even looked at the 4 articles on the "JSP How-To Documents" page.
I need to pass in a BLOB to my Java Stored proc, but not store it in the DB - My java code manipulates the LOB and it should never go into the DB. I know I could do the normal store, get an id and pass to my JSP... but that is a poor way to implement this. Are there any code samples on how to do this please ?
D

WOW! That seems like a very bad design.
Is it just the compiler that has the problem or is the PL/SQL code inside the stored procedure also affected? For example, if I'm doing an
EXECUTE IMMEDIATE 'insert ... INTO OtherSchema.tblTest';
Is this going to be a problem?
The problem with granting the access explicitly is the Archive Schema, which has the stored procedure that is failing, might not exist at the time when the other schemas are created. Therefore, there is no user to grant permissions to. I solved this by granting permissions to the role and when the archive user is created it is assigned that role.
This seems like the proper way to solve this problem.

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