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How to store binary (file) in SQL server using Entity Framework?

Posted By:      Posted Date: November 02, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
 

Hi,

 

Sorry for the newbie question. I want to store files in SQL server. I searche a lot but didn't found what I could use. I'd like to use Entity Framework and C# in Visual Studio 2010. Could somebody help me with a code snippet or pointing me to a good howTo where I could find and understand how to store files in SQL using Entity Framework 4 and C#?

 

Thanks,

G


I'm not a development! I'm an infrastructure engineer! Please be patient on the development forums! :)


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