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SQL Server:  Simple way to add image to image field

Posted on 2009-07-07
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Hi all,

I am new to SQL Server and I would like to know the simple way to add an image to an image field.  I have about 50 small images to put.  

For the moment, the simplest thing that would do the trick would be fine:  I just want to test.  I currently work with SQL Management Studio since last hour, to populate text fields.  It'be awesome if there was a solution directly from there.

Thank's!
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>> to populate text fields

One more suggestion. Text datatype is deprecated after SQL Server 2005 and is not available in SQL Server 2008.

Hence it is advised to use Varchar(max) instead of text.

Hope this helps
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Thank's!  For the moment, for my web sites, I will stick to storing the link.  I was hoping there was somewhere sort of a "right-click to upload image or something".  :)
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Welcome..
And if I am aware of any tools to do it in a easier manner like Right click and Upload will update you with that..
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