Notes rich text field to BLOB/Memo field in SQL Server using ADOdb

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I have an agent that uses ADODB to connect and insert a row into a SQL Server database. I want to store the contents of the Body field in the memo (rich text) into a Memo field in the SQL Server database (or Blob field). I'm finding examples of reading this kind of data back into a Notes application but not an example of taking Rich Text data into the Memo/Blob field in the RDB using ADO. Any help would be greatly appreciated. The Body field is your typical Body field in a mail memo where it can have formatting, attachments, embedded objects, etc.

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