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From:ÃåùñãéÜäçò Ãéþñãïò Date:August 17 2003 8:07am
Subject:Re: images on database
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The most common problem in such cases is that the webserver doesn't know
what MIME Type the file is and so it doesn't know how to send it.
If you are using PHP to upload and later show that image on the web, i
could give you the code for the scripts and the structure of the table
containg the binary data.

Luiz Rafael Culik Guimaraes said:
> Dear Friends
>
> I has  images saved on an mysql table as an blob field, but i could not
> recreate the image as file by selecting an specific record of this field
>
> any ideia
>
> Regards
> Luiz
>


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