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    Question Unanswered: About data type

    Hi,

    Does it exist "blob" data type in PostgreSQL? If not, how does PostgreSQL stock images ?

    Thanks

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    Hi dodo,

    You can store binary objects with the data type <b>bytea</b>. Any information about use and concepts about this type, you can find on

    http://www.postgresql.org/idocs/inde...pe-binary.html

    Maybe you can have also a look at this: http://www.linux.it/ospiti/haruspex/

    HaruspeX 4.0 is packed with powerful, flexible features that
    can help you archive, search and distribute your images.
    Here is just a sample of the features you can rely on to
    organize all your graphic stuff with ease and efficiency.

    regards,
    Benny Lootens
    Java Developer
    BELGIUM

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    Talking

    Thanks for information !!!


    Originally posted by tomaski
    Hi dodo,

    You can store binary objects with the data type <b>bytea</b>. Any information about use and concepts about this type, you can find on

    http://www.postgresql.org/idocs/inde...pe-binary.html

    Maybe you can have also a look at this: http://www.linux.it/ospiti/haruspex/

    HaruspeX 4.0 is packed with powerful, flexible features that
    can help you archive, search and distribute your images.
    Here is just a sample of the features you can rely on to
    organize all your graphic stuff with ease and efficiency.

    regards,
    Benny Lootens
    Java Developer
    BELGIUM

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    can also use the large objects...i do extensively

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