Retrieve images from SQL database using VB.NET

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How do I store and retrieve images in SQL Server using VB.NET?

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This site describes doing that in C#. This one does it in ASPX. The forum located here has an interesting on going discussion about what you are looking to do.
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  • Smallboy
    I have made a database application using windows form application of vb.net 2008 and sqlserver.....In sqlserver table I have a field name member Image with data type image...and in vb.net I take the picturebox and load the pic from the folder I was successful to capture the data in picturebox of vb.net but I couldnot save the picture into sqlserver and when the form loads I could not retrive the data in the vb.net2008 .....what can be code in vb.net visual basic windows form application From small boy
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  • Brijesh
    May be have a look at this Store and retrieve images in SQL server database which may assist you with some guidance.

    Hope this helps.
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