Save and Retrieve Image From Database Using VB.Net and MySQL

Save and Retrieve Image From Database Using VB.Net and MySQL

This article Save and Retrieve Image From Database Using VB.Net and MySQL is a continuation of our last topic called Save and Retrieve an Image in a Database Using Vb.Net, but this time we will be using MySQL database to store our data.

This tutorial can answer the questions asked from another site about how to insert and retrieve a picture from a MySQL database using vb.net.

Watch the Video Tutorial Here to see the running system of this vb.net with source code.

 

 To do this application, follow the steps below:

Step 1: Create a Database in PHPMyAdmin

  • Database Name:  studentdb
  • then execute this query to create a new table tblstudent

 

Step 2: Create a Visual Basic Project:

  • Create and save it as “Saveandrettriveimg”
  • Design the form like as shown below.
  • save image from database in vb.net Form Design
    save image from database in vb.net Form Design

Step 3: Adding Code:

  • Double the form, then Add the following code under “Public Class”

 

For “Browse Image” Button, Under Click Event:

 

 

 

For “Save” Button, Under Click Event:

 

For “Search” Button, Under Click Event:

 

Step 4: Run Project

  • Press “F5”

Free VB.NET Resources

For More VB.NET Projects with source code, I listed it in this link.

If you want to know how to master vb.net with MySQL Database in 30 minutes, you can start your lesson here.

Or you can start your lesson here about the 5 Steps on How to Connect VB.Net in MySQL database.

Downloadable Source File

You can Download the Save and Retrieve Image From Database Using VB.Net and MySQL full Source Codesaveandretriveimagemysql

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