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uploading the images in the database

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hi to all,

how to store the images in the database i.e, bmp and jpeg and again how to retrieve them.

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you'll need to be a bit more forthcoming with some details.

what kind of database?
what is the overall function / reason for the site?

people will then be able to provide more of an answer.  remember different databases use different ways of storing images and different site functions may require you to do it in a different way to others.
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i am using mysql front,

actually i am learning php.

suppose if i want to store the users photo in the database, how to store the photo, and after that if the user is logged in how the retrieve the image from the database..

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This is actually a very good tutorial using PHP and MySQL:
http://codewalkers.com/tutorials/35/1.html
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No comment has been added lately, so it's time to clean up this TA.
I will leave the following recommendation for this question in the Cleanup topic area:

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Just a thought - given the timestamp on the Q's it's likely that alexgreen wasn't available to repost before we did.
(I wouldn't want to penalise him for taking the time to get a clarification on the question before posting links...)
Plus the sentiment that this type of thing is "very much" platform and server dependent is a valuable one.

Recommend a 3-way split.

(BTW -  I think you're doing a great job Michel - we appreciate it.)
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