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The FILESTREAM Data Type in SQL Server 2008


The FILESTREAM Data Type in SQL Server 2008

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Deepa Gheewala
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Well written.



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Good article. A good concept which will help us to solve lot of problems. I have to explore more for advantages and disadvantages.



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Nice information about FILESTREAM!

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This is a very usefull artical and I really want to know more about FILESTREAM. just wondering will this files should be on the same server where the SQL is installed? or can it be on a different FileServers?
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Can the FILESTREAM data type be used in SQL Server 2005?
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must say very usefull feature of 2k8.
nicely explained..Smile
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Filestream is only in 2008.

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samarjit2k1 (9/24/2008)
Can the FILESTREAM data type be used in SQL Server 2005?


No just in SQL 2008
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Deepa:

Thank you for shedding light on this new data type.

Can the file be accessed directly from the OS bypassing SQL Server?

Venki
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