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        Easily save images and files to a database

        written 4697 days ago

        Storing images directly in databases has its pros and cons but the purpose of this article isn’t to argue one method over the other. This article will simply show you how POG can be used to easily store image files into your database, along with any meta data you wish to attach to the image such as date, size etc.

        First, create a file upload form:



        <form method="post" action="upload.php" enctype="multipart/form-data">
        <input type="file" name="image_name"/>
        <input type="submit" value="upload image"/>
        </form>

        Second, generate an ImageStore object with the following attributes:



        image_data (LONGBLOB)
        image_type (VARCHAR(50))
        image_description (VARCHAR(255))

        Third, paste the following code in upload.php:



        $imageData = file_get_contents($_FILES['image_name']['tmp_name']);
        $imageType = file_get_contents($_FILES['image_name']['type']);
        $imageStore = new ImageStore();
        $imageStore -> image_data = $imageData;
        $imageStore -> image_type = $imageType;
        $imageStore -> image_description = "an image";
        if ($imageStore -> Save())
        {
         echo "image successfully saved";
        }

        and saving an image to a database is as simple as that. You’ve now stored the uploaded picture in a database table.

        Retrieving the image is also pretty easy:



        header("Content-type: ".$imageStore->image_type);
        echo $imageStore -> image_data;

        Download this zip file containing the source code for more details.

        If by now, you don’t know how to run the code samples we regularly provide, download and watch the tutorial video here


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