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499068 Script to store and retrieve doc or rtf files to SQL Server

I am looking to see if there is someone who can develop a script for me that will allow me to insert a MS Word document or RTF file into a database and then also be able to retrieve the document from the database as well.

I will be creating a new table from scratch so however the table needs to be created is fine and the developer can let me know how the table should be setup.

The SQL Server will be 2005 and the way I want this to work is that for the save-to database part, the file will be a local file and will be stored to the database and for the retrieval part, I want the file pulled from the database and written to a local directory.

I am just looking for a basic functional prototype that I will be adding to and expanding. I just need to make sure that this can be done the way I hope it can be done.

I want this coded in VB .NET as this is what I will be using to expand the code later however if this can be done using a VBScript, that will work as well.

I know this description is not the most clear one I've done so I'm encouraging questions if there are any. Obviously I'm going to want the source code.

I would like a basic form UI where I can specify the path and filename of the RTF of DOC file to save and then a section on there to retrieve the document as well.

Beceriler: .NET, Her şey Kabul, PHP, Kabuk Betiği, SQL

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( 89 değerlendirme ) Winnipeg, Canada

Proje NO: #2244988

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NallakumarKC

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0 gün içinde 30$ USD
(17 Değerlendirme)
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