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Need to put a Varbinary value in field.

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I need to place a value in this field for something I'm testing :

PictureBinary      varbinary(MAX)      not null

But I get errors when I try 0, 0x0, . . . (see pic)

What (binary) value can I put in there just so I can create the row? thanks


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As the message indicates the only value you can enter is NULL.  You will have to use an INSERT statement in order to do enter something other than NULL.  As in:
INSERT YourTable (PictureBinary) VALUES  (Cast('0x0' AS varbinary(MAX)))

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