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SQL Server Image Path

Posted on 2011-09-30
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I would like to store the path to an image but need to know what is the correct data type to do this. The field name would simply be ImagePath.

From what I've read storing the path is the best method. Thanks
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The path is a string so VARCHAR or NVARCHAR would be most applicable.

Greg

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