•identifies images and file types automatically•identify images and files stored in OLE Object columns•export embedded images to Excel spreadsheets•supports Access, Firebird, MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, SQL Server, SQL Server Compact, SQLite, and ODBC data sources
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SQL Blob Viewer and SQL Image Viewer are similar products - they help you identify the type of data that’s stored in your blob columns, and lets you export the blob data to disk. However there are differences in the 2 products:•SQL Image Viewer is a 32-bit application. SQL Blob Viewer comes in 32-bit and 64-bit versions. The 64-bit version will take advantage of the larger memory space to display bigger data sets.•SQL Blob Viewer displays images and file details together with the result sets, while SQL Image Viewer displays images in a separate area from the textual data.
•SQL Blob Viewer can export and embed your exported images in Excel spreadsheets.
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Moving forward, most development work will be done on SQL Blob Viewer. SQL Image Viewer will be in maintenance mode, so only bug fixes will be made to the product.
•As part of the export task, SQL Blob Viewer can send notification emails to inform users of the export results, or of any export errors that arise. This is useful when you set up automated export tasks in SQL Blob Viewer.