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How do you read a blob and access it's propieties? Please, give me an example...
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check out this MSDN article Q103257.this gives you a good idea.
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q103/2/57.asp?FR=0

hope this helps
vmano
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Thank you, I am still having problems,(I use SQL server 6.5, not access) but I appreciate your help.
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