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Can i store jpeg files in a SQL Server database?  What types of image files are supported?  I am using Visual Basic as the client application.
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the type IMAGE does not mean it's actual an "image" like jpg.
It's the SQL-Server name for BLOB's (Binary large objects)
You can store anything you like in them like JPG's e.g.


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