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Accessing Database And Displaying Images Using Windows PowerShell     
Total Hits: 212  |  Today: 0Author: AzamSharp      Rating:  
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PowerShell is the new shell introduced by Microsoft. PowerShell allows you to write scripts that can perform various tasks. These tasks include moving data between servers, deploying applications, displaying data etc. In this article I will demonstrate how to fetch data from the database using PowerShell. This article will allow cover how to display images in the windows form using PowerShell....

Copy text or image into or out of SQL Server     
Total Hits: 203  |  Today: 0Author: Alexander Chigrik      Rating:  
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In this article, I want to show, how you can copy a single text or image value into or out of SQL Server by using the textcopy.exe utility. You can find this utility in the directory containing the standard SQL Server EXE files (C:\Mssql\Binn for SQL Server 6.5, by default and C:\Mssql7\Binn for SQL Server 7.0, by default)....

How to Save an Image in a SQL Server Database     
Total Hits: 358  |  Today: 0Author: Balaji Bashyam      Rating:  
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Most of the web applications have a lot of images used in it. These images are usually stored in a web server folder and they are accessed by giving the relative path to the file with respect to the root folder of the website. .Net being the platform for distributed application now, ASP.Net can be used to store images that are small to be stored in a database like SQL Server 2000 and later versions. For this purpose the SQL Server database provides a data type called “image” which is used to sto...

Save An Image Into SQL Server 2000 Database     
Total Hits: 958  |  Today: 0Author: vivekthangaswamy      Rating:  
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.NET is the new distributed computing platform developed by Microsoft and ASP.NET is its programming model for web development. The intent of this article is to get a good experience in developing data driven ASP.NET Web Forms applications by means of a real world application. This application will teach you how to save an image file into a database and how to retrieve it from the database. It uses ADO.NET as the data access mechanism, C# as the development language, and SQL Server 2000 as the b...

Storing Images in SQL Server     
Total Hits: 2470  |  Today: 0Author: Philip Quinn      Rating:  
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In addition to storing text, numbers and other bits of data, SQL Server also allows you to store Binary data (usually images). This article will tell you how to set up a table and upload images into it....

Retrieving Images Stored in SQL Server     
Total Hits: 2060  |  Today: 0Author: Philip Quinn      Rating:  
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This article will show you how to do that as well as putting those images in a DataGrid....

Loading Images into SQL Server with C#     
Total Hits: 433  |  Today: 0Author: omerkamal      Rating:  
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As Web sites become larger, they need a better method of storage—for both performance and administrative reasons. If the web site is busy accessing pictures from the hard drive or logical drive, your server becomes less responsive due to increased disk activity.As these sites become larger, they need a better method of storage—for both performance and administrative reasons. If the web site is busy accessing pictures from the hard drive or logical drive, your server becomes less responsive due t...

Images, Thumbnails, SQL Server, and ASP .NET - Level 200     
Total Hits: 256  |  Today: 0Author: Eric Wise      Rating:  
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Ok, it's been a bit of time since I posted some technical content. I seem to be the only codebetter blogger who has big business aspirations and is launching a real ISV so I've been trying to mix that content into the Codebetter feed for those of you who have similar aspirations. I think it's time to get back to some technical content though.
Using SQL Server to manage images (or other files) is a frequently asked question of mine. I have come across several clients in my consulting career...

Adding and retrieving Images from a SQL Server Table     
Total Hits: 1076  |  Today: 0Author: Mamta M      Rating:  
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This article describes the process to add and retrieve images from a SQL Server table using ADO.NET. You can possibly have an entry form that will allow the user to choose what operation he wants to do: add or view images. Depending on the option chosen you can display the relevant form....

Retrieving Images from a Database     
Total Hits: 1194  |  Today: 0Author: Dave Wanta      Rating:  
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Learn how to retrieve binary data from a database, and stream it directly to a client via a browser....

Uploading Images to a Database     
Total Hits: 906  |  Today: 0Author: Dave Wanta      Rating:  
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Uploading images to a Sql Server database is extremely easy using ASP.NET and C#. This article will show you how to upload Images (or any Binary Data) to a SQL Server database using ASP.NET and C#....

C# Photo Album Viewer  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 93  |  Today: 0Author: Mark Nischalke      Rating:  
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This sample is a C# Windows application that uses a SQL Server 2000 database to store and retrieve images. Images are organized under albums in a treeview and displayed in a picturebox when selected. An static control is used to display a description of the album or image. Context menus on the treeview allow the user to add, rename, and delete images or albums. Descriptions can also be edited by selecting a context menu item....

Saving and Retrieving Images From SQL Server Using ADO.NET 2.0     
Total Hits: 326  |  Today: 0Author: omerkamal      Rating:  
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Now a days, with the availibillity of alote of web-spaces and bandwidths it is getting criticle to manage Images in a website. If Images are saved in a Database it would be more convinient to save information of each image in it.
In this way Images Managment get easy. Now Images can be searched by any developer in the team and will be easily found and retrive from the resources....

What's best for DBAs? GUI or T-SQL commands?     
Total Hits: 135  |  Today: 0Author: Narayana Vyas Kondreddi      Rating:  
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In this article, I will discuss the pros and cons of using the SQL Server graphical administration tools versus the T-SQL administrative commands and I will support my views with specific examples. After reading this article, if you agree or disagree with specific points, feel free to email me, and I will update this article with your thoughts, if relevant.
You must have read in many places that real Database Administrators (DBA) and system administrators use command line and only novices and...

Loading Images into SQL Server with C#     
Total Hits: 659  |  Today: 0Author: Jesse Smith.      Rating:  
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Many programmers are discovering the need for a more efficient way to handle images for larger web sites. eCommerce, realty, and other types of sites use from hundreds to thousands of images, often stored on the hosting server's hard drive. As these sites become larger, they need a better method of storage—for both performance and administrative reasons. If the web site is busy accessing pictures from the hard drive or logical drive, your server becomes less responsive due to increased disk acti...



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