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Exporting Microsoft Access OLE data

Data stored in a Microsoft Access OLE field isn't exactly consistent with regards to its format. While SQL Image Viewer can extract data from such fields, it may not always correctly identify the type of data that is stored.

If this happens, please send us a copy of the data as stored in the database field, and we will try to fix the issue. You can save the raw data using the hex viewer, and send the file to support@yohz.com.


SQL Image Viewer can identify binary data which were stored using Microsoft Access. They will be identified as 'Microsoft Access OLE field' type.


In the Export Items Wizard
, you have the option of exporting these data type.