Storing Picture in Access using vb ( OLE Object DataType In Access)

Posted on 2005-03-11
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Last Modified: 2013-12-25
Can i know how to save a picture from a file or from sqlserver2000 database using vb.Basically i want to post pictures from sqlserver2000 to msaccess.but the datatype in access is ole object.
Thanks in advance
Question by:muddasani
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Anthony Perkins earned 800 total points
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Use this:

Sub AddImage(rs As ADODB.Recordset, ByVal FileName As String)
Dim stm As ADODB.Stream

Set stm = New ADODB.Stream
With stm
  .Type = adTypeBinary
  .LoadFromFile FileName
  'Insert the binary object into the table.
  rs.Fields("Image").Value = .Read
End With
Set stm = Nothing

End Sub

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