No, to SecureFile's exposing a FileHandle
You can not. There is no filehandle to (internal) LOBs. Oracle separates their large binary implementations into ones that are internal, or external. Internal Lobs are tracked with a "Lob Locator" (Oracle terminology) which is of type
OCILobLocator in the OCI. You can perform operations on them with the Oracle Call Interface (OCI). The OCI's operations take a Lob Locator as a handle but are not otherwise useful, and do not have an equivalent for all POSIX operations. For example, there is no
Oracle Provides an "external LOB" called a "BFILE". The BFILE is associated with a path on disk. Using that path, you can manually open the file with
open, but there is no transaction token, and the filehandle is not closed at the end of the transaction. Note "BFILE"s do not support deduplication, compression, or encryption and you'll be left to the underlying filesystem of the disk for those faculties.