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How can I store GIF, TIFF, JPEG, ICON images in a DataBase
file, which is a Db or Dbf (either) table ?
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by:tomerlei
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What kind of of db?
sql
query
or table?
please answer me.
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you mean sql?.
check and say me.
if this is a table then i know the answer.
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the answer is that when you choose
field type(in paradox7.0) choose the
letter G(Graphics).
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Hi puppy,

but what about the GIF, TIFF, JPEG formats ?
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