How Can I Save An Image To Sql Server DB

How Can I Save An Image To Sql Server DB
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Erik4545Commented:
you just save it on your server.... you must cange your filetype..
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CraigBallCommented:
What language are you programming in?
Are you using ODBC / ADO / DAO to access the database?
What format is the image in i.e. On disk, in memory etc?
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mr_m277Author Commented:
thanks for reply... im using vb 6  and ado 6
i want to load the image from disk into picture box
and convert it to binary and save it to sql server db in a varbinary field.
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CraigBallCommented:
Hopefully this link should help out.

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=KB;en-us;q180368

Craig
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rasenieroCommented:
there are many ways! saving it to the dbase is a load! why not saving the path! then access the path again to retrieve the picture! hehehehe. got it!
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CraigBallCommented:
Did the link help mr_m277?
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