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How to save base64 to Image in ms sql

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Hi!

Have a base64-encodad string (i image file)

How do i save this to a image field in ms sql ?

Please give me example
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According to Microsoft research this will depend on the size of your image. If your images are < 256Kb, you should use VARBINARY(MAX). If they are above 1Mb, then you should use a FILESTREAM where the image is usually stored on the filesystem outside the database.

http://research.microsoft.com/apps/pubs/default.aspx?id=64525


Also please have a look at code sample from the link below:

http://rusanu.com/2010/12/28/download-and-upload-images-from-sql-server-with-asp-net-mvc/
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