Storing and retrieving large Text, Images and video files in MS Sql Server 2000 database.

Posted on 2004-11-03
Last Modified: 2010-05-18

Can any of you please tell me how can I store large text, images and video files in MS Sql Server 2000 database. Also please tell me how can I retrieve these information. I am not very good at database part, so please be a little bit descriptive.


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    If just using SQL-Server refer to:

    If you wish to do this using Bulk insret, please let me know.
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    "an any of you please tell me how can I store large text, images and video files in MS Sql Server 2000 database"

    in a nutshell store the file in a folder somewhere and save the UNC name in the database.   You are asking for trouble putting this sort of stuff in SQL server  and you'll regret it in the end.

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