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How to transfer ole object field data in access to Sql Server in vb.net.

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Need to transfer ole object field data to Sql server in vb.net. In this context which datatype is appropriate for that field in Sql Server.
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What sort of data is stored? I would say VarBinary.
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Varbinary(Max) would do the trick.
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thanx
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