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Uploading and retrieving images from SQL Server - Script Review
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Uploading and retrieving images from SQL Server
    Author
Bipin Joshi
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    Category
ASP.NET / Image Manipulation
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236

 

     This is a tutorial where users can find information on using SQL server database to save and retrieve images. In this tutorial the author starts with a simple description about using data type image to save binary data and explains clearly about storing and retrieving images in SQL server. This is an easy to understand and useful tutorial.

 

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