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thanks for the question.



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Greetings!

Please search about FileStream data type, so i doubt, for correct ans as you have not specify any sql server version in your ques.

ref: https://www.simple-talk.com/sql/learn-sql-server/an-introduction-to-sql-server-filestream/
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Greetings!

Please search about FileStream data type, so i doubt, for correct ans as you have not specify any sql server version in your ques.

ref: https://www.simple-talk.com/sql/learn-sql-server/an-introduction-to-sql-server-filestream/

FILESTREAM is not a data type, but a storage attribute of the VARBINARY(MAX) data type.
FILESTREAM as an attribute of the VARBINARY(MAX) data type was first implemented with SQL Server 2008.
The ability to store documents with non-transactional access (using FileTable) was implemented with SQL2012

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As Stuart wrote, filestream is not a data type, but an attribute.

I didn't include a version since Filestream only applies to certain versions, but a number of them. The rules for the data type underneath the attribute haven't changed in any version.

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+1

obviously i forgot everything about filestream shoul read a bit
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