RBS is really ‘all or nothing’. No options for application logic :(

RBS is implemented in SQL Server and is application agnostic. That’s to say, if you turn RBS on then all BLOB objects from any SQL Server-based application will be externalized. If that’s what you want to happen then that’s great but if you need to be able to apply business logic to what is externalized and whence it goes then you are severely restricted.


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