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From:Mark A. Moline Date:June 1 2001 7:54pm
Subject:RE: Storing Pictures or other file types in a MYSQL database
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You can use the type of blob (binary large object).  There are a few
different sizes.  The biggest is a 2GB blob.


-----Original Message-----
From: Shaun Gilley [mailto:sgilley@stripped]
Sent: Friday, June 01, 2001 2:02 PM
To: 'win32@stripped'
Subject: Storing Pictures or other file types in a MYSQL database


I want to store images in a MySQL table.  Is this possible?  What column
type would this be?  Isn't this possible in other databases such as Oracle?
Thanks.

Shaun

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Storing Pictures or other file types in a MYSQL databaseShaun Gilley1 Jun
RE: Storing Pictures or other file types in a MYSQL databaseMark A. Moline1 Jun
RE: Storing Pictures or other file types in a MYSQL databaseDanny Katcher5 Jun
  • RE: Storing Pictures or other file types in a MYSQL databasePaul DuBois5 Jun
RE: Storing Pictures or other file types in a MYSQL databaseShaun Gilley5 Jun
  • RE: Storing Pictures or other file types in a MYSQL databasePete French6 Jun
RE: Storing Pictures or other file types in a MYSQL databaseGlenn F. Henriksen6 Jun
RE: Storing Pictures or other file types in a MYSQL databaseMark A. Moline6 Jun
RE: Storing Pictures or other file types in a MYSQL databaseMark A. Moline6 Jun
RE: Storing Pictures or other file types in a MYSQL databaseMark A. Moline6 Jun