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How to store image(BLOB) in mssql database and to retrive back the same through vc++ and also to view it on the screen.Using ODBC driver, CRecordset class and CByteArray.

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Pl Get me the solution ASAP
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CByteArray is limited to 255 Bytes. Try CLongBinary.
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