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From:Arthur Fuller Date:May 27 2009 10:54pm
Subject:Re: Can a MyISAM DB hold /everything/?
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I second that emotion (don't store the images in the data file: just store
the paths to said images). Why? Because in the event of an updated image it
is more hassle than it is worth, to drop the old image and replace it with
the new one; if what you store is a simple pointer to an image file, lots of
this work goes away.

A.

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Can a MyISAM DB hold /everything/?Pete Wilson27 May
  • Re: Can a MyISAM DB hold /everything/?Walter Heck - OlinData.com27 May
  • Re: Can a MyISAM DB hold /everything/?Scott Haneda27 May
    • Re: Can a MyISAM DB hold /everything/?Arthur Fuller28 May
      • Re: Can a MyISAM DB hold /everything/?mugisha moses28 May
        • RE: Can a MyISAM DB hold /everything/?Jerry Schwartz28 May
        • Re: Can a MyISAM DB hold /everything/?Scott Haneda28 May
    • Re: Can a MyISAM DB hold /everything/?PJ28 May
      • Re: Can a MyISAM DB hold /everything/?Scott Haneda28 May