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Place an Image on MSSQL Server

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How do I place a bitmap Image on the MSSQL Database with the datatype image?
Could someone please show me an example?
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This actually isn't as difficult as you may think using BDE and data aware controls.

Create the table / column with Image as the datatype.  Create a BDE alias, and hook up in the traditional TQuery/TTable, TDatasource manner.  

To get the bitmap you want INTO the database just use the LoadFromFile() method of the TDBImage class's Picture property.

When you post using the navigator or a TDataSet.Post() method, the BDE writes the graphic to the database.

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