How to Store/Retrive Image into/form SQL Server DB?

Posted on 2006-04-20
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Last Modified: 2013-12-24
Application Server: Coldfuion MX 6.1
RDBMS: MS SQL Server 2000

For some reason I have to store/retrive image into/from SQL 2000 DB. Please DO NOT suggest me to store image file name only - I know how to do that. The field in SQL 2000 DB data type is image.

I have done this in .net and it is pertty easy. Can Coldfusion do this too? Any ideaes are welcome but I perfer code.

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