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Hi I need to change a JPG to BYT

Hi I need to change a JPG to BYT

Hi I need to change a JPG to BYT

(OP)
Hi

I need to change a JPG to BYTE and insert it to SQL database.
I used a function to read the JPG and change it to BYTE using oStream.Read

bData = oStream.Read

Now I need to send this value to my storedprocedure. I need to create a text command like this

l_SQL = " exec dbo.sp_Custom_UpdateAnagpersPhoto " & bData

I get type mismatch.

Would you please tell me ?

Thank you
Kati

RE: Hi I need to change a JPG to BYT

I think you need to convert the bytearray into a string first
this function may be what you need

CODE -->

Function Byte2String(s)
    Dim i
    For i = 1 to LenB(s)
        Byte2String = Byte2String & CHR(AscB(MidB(s,i,1)))
    Next
End Function 
pass the byte array into the function and then read the return into a string, pass that string into your stored proc

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