Display picture on the screen

Hi all,

I have taken a picture(BLOB) in the DB (sqite3),
I have a problem to display picture on the screen.
Can anyone help me and give me some advices please…

Thank you so much

On 12/06/2011, joanne [email protected] wrote:

I have taken a picture(BLOB) in the DB (sqite3),
I have a problem to display picture on the screen.
Can anyone help me and give me some advices please

Amritpal? Is that you?

On Sat, Jun 11, 2011 at 6:02 PM, joanne [email protected] wrote:

I have taken a picture(BLOB) in the DB (sqite3),
I have a problem to display picture on the screen.
Can anyone help me and give me some advices please…

Sure. My advice is: don’t do that.

Store static images in the file system and serve them the normal way.

HTH!

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twitter: @hassan

no no no lol

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Hi, do you have any other options for me… cuz i really have to do in
this
way

Thanks

On Sat, Jun 11, 2011 at 10:07 PM, Hassan S. <

thanks i found the way to display the picture on the screen by using
sent_data method to convert link

On Jun 11, 10:45pm, Hassan S. [email protected]

Instead of trying to re-invent the wheel, or a picture of that wheel,
take a look at Paperclip or Carrierwave. Both are plugins that make
storing and displaying pictures simple.

I would recommend as well to use a file system storage solution
depending on the scale of the project

On Sat, Jun 11, 2011 at 7:17 PM, joanne ta [email protected] wrote:

Hi, do you have any other options for me… cuz i really have to do in this

Then write a controller to fetch the image data from the DB and deliver
it with the appropriate content-type.

Put the URL of that controller/image in your HTML as the image source
attribute.

That’s it. Best of luck!


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twitter: @hassan

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