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Q. about binary formats.

Is it true that binary and varbinary has a max-kapacity at 8000 bytes? Im
jyst unsure how to read the dokumentation and want to be completely sure.
And image is only one to use for data aobve that size?

Thx in regards for clearing things out for me

Reagards
Anders
Jul 20 '05 #1
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Is it true that binary and varbinary has a max-kapacity at 8000 bytes? Im
jyst unsure how to read the dokumentation and want to be completely sure.
And image is only one to use for data aobve that size?

Thx in regards for clearing things out for me

Reagards
Anders


That's correct. The image data type goes up to 2GB. There are a number of
special considerations for managing the image data type - see "Managing
ntext, text and image data" in Books Online.

Simon
Jul 20 '05 #2

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