Download different extension files from a Oracle Database and save it in a folder

I want to extract different files from a oracle database tables and store it in a folder inside a disk. Different extension files like .pdf, .txt and .msg.
I can able to extract .jpg files from a database and store it in a folder inside a disk. But for remaining extension I can’t able to get a proper way. Please help me out in this problem.

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I got the solution for the above problem. I can able to extract any files from oracle database and save it in a folder. In the attached image the format is given.
textpath is a path variable and blob is extracted file variable.
Thank You!!
Had any issue regarding the solution please message and ask.


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