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Export documents uploaded inside Database

Using:  MS SQL and IIS7

I am importing data from one database to another.

System # 1 has documents uploaded inside the database. I am not familiar on how this is done and how to export them to be actual documents again (Like a word document or an excel file, or PDF)

System # 2 has a path to where the physical documents are stored (The actual word, excel or PDF file).

I need to export all documents from System # 1 to System # 2.

How can I export all those documents to a folder and convert them from what looks like a Blob in the table to actual files ?
Microsoft SQL Server 2008Microsoft IIS Web ServerWeb Development

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8/22/2022 - Mon
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There is a table with the name of the document in one field and the extension of the document in another. As it turns out the documents are stored on a folder and not the database itself. Ill close this thread, thanks for the help.
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