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Data Goes In, Data Comes Out This Time it's Binary

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Describes how to create a database-driven image uploading and display system in PHP.
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This setp-by-step article explains how to create a database-driven image uploading and display system in PHP. The example database used being MySQL, it also discusses possible modifications for MS SQL and Oracle. Some of the main topics include: Create database table with a field defined to hold binary data, Get your binary data into your table through a form-based file upload script, and Retrieve your binary data and display it to the user.

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Submitted on
8th November 2000
Last Updated
11th February 2009

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Average User Rating: 4.7/5
Simple, straight and really clear
Reviewed byAnonymousonSun, 17th December 2000
Rating 5 - Excellent
I was not searching for more, It's really clear, it fullfills everything I need. The way to upload, the way to store, the way to recover, and the way to display. Great!
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