tools for adding files to a database record

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  1. basu_krishnendu

    basu_krishnendu New Member

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    Hi guys,

    Can anybody tell me if there are any commercial tools available that will allow me to attach multiple files to a database record? These files would basically be some tag files or comment files (word, excel files primarily)that the user might want to attach to a particular record in the database through the UI .

    I could implement the same by adding columns, or tables, keeping track of the attached files...but I was wondering if there is a tool already that would do the same for me.

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    Krishnendu
     
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    Well, for MySQL Server there is a tool called MySQL Query Browser which does exactly what you want.
     
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    basu_krishnendu New Member

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    Hi Pradeep,

    Thanks for the quick reply. I am using SQL Server as the database. MySQL Query Browser won't work with Sql Server, right?

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    Krishnendu
     
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    Yeah! MySQL QueryBrowser won't work with MS SQL. Try Googling for a such a tool.
     
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    I doubt such a tool that will meet the specific requirement.
     
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    I am not sure but you can try TOAD. Its for oracle but it probably has feature to connect to other databases
     

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