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I am using the below code to read the image data. It is of 3922126 length. But after reading it. b_FileData stores only three bytes. How to read the image(bitmap) fully and save it in bytes in order to store it in the database.
 
             LPBYTE b_FileData = NULL; //File data container
			CFile m_file;
			DWORD l_Filelen;
			m_file.Open(lpszName,CFile::modeRead | CFile::modeNoTruncate);
			m_file.SeekToBegin();
					
		l_Filelen = m_file.GetLength();
		b_FileData = new BYTE[l_Filelen];
		m_file.Read(b_FileData,l_Filelen);
		m_file.Close();//Close the file
Posted 5-May-11 1:33am
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Solution 1

I am not sure about storing the data in database.But code you posted should work.Also, how you know that b_FileData is having 3 bytes of information.Check the return value of
m_file.Read(b_FileData,l_Filelen);.If it is equal to l_Filelen then the code is reading full file.
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Solution 2

i think you're missing CFile::typeBinary in your Open call
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