It's got streaming code..
What I do is if the type is unknown I always send application/octet-stream
and the browser usually identifies it..
Or check the file extension for the file in the database, and apply
content type based on that..
On Sun, 17 Aug 2003, [iso-8859-1]
> 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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