David I have no experience with inserting Images into SQL tables. I believe
they support an OLE object data type. If so, then when you view the table
directly you should see the class name of the object, for example:
Generic Package or Picture
MS Photo Editor etc.
Check both tables and see what's there. It's either a different class ofReference:: Sikh Philosophy Network http://www.sikhphilosophy.net/information-technology/6666-bitmap-prints-differently-different-computers-repost.html
object for the two tables or it's the same class but a different version of
the Application that is serving as the OLE object server.
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"david epsom dot com dot au" wrote in message
>> both computers, for example MS Paint or MS Phot
> How can I check this?
> The client is using SQL Server, and I have a copy of the database. Is
> there going to be information in the database about the OLE Server? How
> would I get that information? (Or file type information?)
> Looking at my own data, in table view the field displays the word
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> "picture". Does that mean anything? Clients use copy and paste to insert
> their own object into the field.
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>> Is the application used as the OLE Server to render the BMP's the same on
>> both computers, for example MS Paint or MS Phot Editor?
>> Stephen Lebans
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>> "david epsom dot com dot au" wrote in message
>>>I have a report with an OLE bound frame.
>>> A bitmap has been pasted into the bound field.
>>> The bitmap displays and prints differently on different computers. In
>>> particular, the alignment is different. Both computers are using the
>>> same printer.
>>> What can I do to work out why the bitmap rendering is different on
>>> different computers?