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How to insert a bmp image into a SQL table through an MS Access project

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I am trying to create an interface on an Access form that allows the user to insert a .bmp image file into the database. I have created a varbinary(max) field in the table but have  no idea how to actually get the image to load. Thanks for any help
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by:Jeffrey Coachman
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The only way that I know of to do this is with BLOBS
(B)inary(L)arge(OB)jects...
http://www.databasejournal.com/features/mssql/article.php/3719221/Storing-Images-and-BLOB-files-in-SQL-Server.htm
http://saveadba.blogspot.com/2012/02/import-blob-images-tsql.html
..et al

You can do a Google search of:
    SQL Server Store Image BLOB
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OK, I got the image to store in the table, but I can't get it to display on an Access form. I dropped an Image control on the form and pointed it to the field with the bmp image but I just get a blank box when I open the form. Any ideas?
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Works perfectly,Thanks.
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