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SQL Server 2008 T-SQL Enhancements Part - IV


SQL Server 2008 T-SQL Enhancements Part - IV

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jacob sebastian
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When you restore a FILESTREAM enabled database, you can specify the location where the filestream data container(s) should be placed. Just like you specify the MDF and LDF file locations, you can also specify the location where the FILESTREAM file group(s) should be placed.

If you are restoring using SSMS wizard, by default SQL Server will show the same locations as in the original database and give you an option to change the locations.

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Thanks for another good useful article.

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My question is, is there any easy way to transfer existing files into a table that contains a filestream column?

We are currently using indexing services to do article searches - as the function is going away with Windows 2008 R2, we are looking to move the articles into a database to take advantage of the full text indexing of sql server.
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Hi,
Thanks for gr8 article.I have a question regarding the storage of data in filestream scenario.
If the file is gonna be saved on file system,why should the column type be varbinary.
how exactly this will stored.Please clarify..
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