Well yes you have finally found it! A complete tutorial on how to save and retrieve images from the SQL Server 2008 database in a C# WPF application. Everything has been kept simple so that even beginners can understand. However, if posed with any problem, questions are always welcomed!
Microsoft Press has a free e-book offer up for grabs. The long awaited Introducing Microsoft SQL Server 2008 by Peter DeBetta, Greg Low and Mark Whitehorn has finally been released and you can get it your free copy(e-book) from Microsoft Press.
One of my friend asked me whether is it possible in SQL Server 2005/2008 to know how a query is executing, and what time and hits are required by a particular query for execution? These calculations are of so much importance when it comes to real time applications, like in a solution in which too [...]
I think storing images in a database can save a developer loads of time and can ease his life while dealing with visuals, either creating a local application or a web application. Think of storing your images of a certain web application in a database instead in a directory exits somewhere in a cloud which [...]
Microsoft has announced that the long awaited successor to their RDBMS (Relational Database Management System) SQL Server will hit RTM mark this August. SQL Server 2008 was originally scheduled to ship with Visual Studio 2008 and Windows Server 2008 in this years HEROES launch event but since SQL Server 2008 wasnt ready for prime time in [...]