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Thanks Carlosdl! You understand mychallenge. But i dont understand how to store the documents in the file system, and store the document’s path in a varchar field in the database. Please can you help by a step wise solution because i'm a starter. Thank you.

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  • BrentSheets
    Moderator Note: Phunmie, you should add applicable tags when you post a question. If you're referring to SQL Server, then please use that tag so that your question gets shown in the applicable section of the site. This helps others find your question and answer. I've added the tag "SQL Server" for you. On future questions, please be specific by mentioning the product, version (ie SQL Server 2005) and anything else that may be needed to provide an answer. Thanks for your cooperation.
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  • Kccrosser
    This appears to be a response to a different question: Attaching files to row information in SQL server It would be best to keep responses in the original thread, using "add to discussion".
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  • carlosdl
    Phunmie, store the documents in the file system means store them in the server's hard disk, or some network storage. For example, you create a folder called 'DOCUMENTS' somewhere on the disk (C:DOCUMENTS for example), and put all the documents in that folder. Then, in your database table you would have a column called 'document_path' or something like that, in which you will store the path to the document, for example "C:DOCUMENTSsome_document.doc". Haven't you had a look at Kccrosser's comments in your previous question ? Mrdenny also asked for more details in this other question you posted. As suggested above, It would be best to keep responses in the original thread, and provide as much details as possible. Best regards,
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