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dortoh2-Jan-06 7:49
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Confused | :confused: Issue/Requirements:
1. Use an SQL database to store text and MS Word documents
Data Source: Desktop
Initial Catalog (Database Name): BLOB
Table Name: tblBLOB
'Maybe some other columns will be added for later use.
Columns: BLOBID, BLOBName, BLOBDescription, BLOBDocument

2. Use Microsoft Visual Basic .NET to retrieve the information/documents
From Name: Form1.vb
Text Boxes: txtBLOBID, BLOBName, BLOBDescription
Picture Box: BLOBDocument

Sniff | :^) In the past I used MS Access and its internal forms to display the OLE Objects (MS Word documents) embeded (linked) into the table. However, I would like to start using an SQL Database and use an application to retrieve the BLOB

3. Functionality of the .NET form.
I would like to use the form to (1) retrieve and display a picture of the MS Document. (2) Search the SQL database for documents based on the BLOBDescription and or other fields. (3) Add new documents into the tblBlob. (4) Have basic database functions: NEXT, PREVIOUS, ADD, DELETE buttons.

i Have a majority of this complete (ie, the SQL database, The .NET form, but I just can't get the two to work together to insert a new document, and or view a new document.:->

Completely lost
John Rodriguez
Thank you all for your knowledge and help.
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