Storing Barcode Values / Images In Sql Server 2005?

Feb 4, 2010

One my web application uses barcodes.... When i add a new item i am generating a barcode value which is converted to a barcode image... My question

What would you suggest storing barcode values or barcode images in sql server 2005?


What Type of barcode you would suggest using with an application?

Linear Barcode (Code 128) is my choice..

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