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Upload PDF to MySQL LONGBLOB size issue

Thread began 7/25/2018 2:37 pm by anonymous | Last modified 11/13/2018 10:29 am by anonymous | 86 views | 10 replies


Upload PDF to MySQL LONGBLOB size issue

I have conferred with our server guy. The PHP ini is set to allow 256M file size. Our MySQL field is LONG BLOB.

We still cannot upload a file over 1MB. The files are licenses and contracts, and I specifically want them inside the database. If the file is over 1MB, the form submits, the page refreshes but data field is empty. No errors. If the file is under 1MB, the form submits, the page refreshes and the data field has the file in it which we can retrieve.

Its a real PIA.

The file is chosen through regular html form and the update query is via WebAssist MySQLi update query function. Is there anything in WebAssist that sets file size permissions for the transaction? Is this something that is set in MySQL?

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