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MS-SQL Image Data type

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hi experts, how a code to save picture into MS-SQL Image datatype ? use
dataset.fieldbyname('test').asstring := 'something'
to save string datatype. what about save image into image data type of MS-SQL ?
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try

TBlobField(dataset.fieldbyname('image')).loadfromfile('Filename');  //or loadfrom stream

meikl ;-)
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