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How to send TBitmap to midas server as param

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In my MIDAS system, I need to save bitmaps to database, and this operation must be provided as a remote procedure call, so I have to send bitmap data as a parameter.

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TBitmap is not an OLE compatible data type, then what kind of data type should I use in the type library in server program for those binary data types like TBitmap? And what to do on client side?

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Waiting for your help...  :-)
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Use VarArrayCreate, VarArrayLock and VarArrayUnlock to create and fill a vaiant array with the bitmap data.
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