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Access Long Binary Field to Display

Posted on 2013-02-04
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Hi,
I have an Access file. It has been imported from the SQL file and it contains a long binary field, which was an image in SQL (stored in binary format). Now in Access I want to display this Long Binary field as a real picture what it should be.

How can I do this?

Sanjay.
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Do you know its format? Can you post a sample?
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I am trying to send this Access file containing the JPEG image in the form of long binary. It is supposed to be a picture which I want to display in the Report.

I m trying, but the attachment is not attaching. It's a big file. I'll try again later.

Sanjay.
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How big?
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by:sanjay-gandhi
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Required a little more of tuning the code. Has helped finally. I was really late in responding though, owing to high travel and busy schedule. Thanks.
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