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Photo Upload to phpMyAdmin

Thread began 4/12/2011 12:31 am by cherry8723424721 | Last modified 11/23/2011 12:21 pm by cherry8723424721 | 8385 views | 10 replies


Photo Upload to phpMyAdmin


I just bought the CSS Form Builder for my Dreamweaver CS5. I've created a page where end users will be able to upload their photos to their own profiles so that it can be later displayed for other members to see. I'm using a phpMyAdmin Database and everything is working fine EXCEPT that the photo doesn't upload to the Database.

The type of field I'm using in the Database is a BLOB MIME: image/jpeg (is this the right type?)

I'm using the extension WebAssist > File Manipulation > Upload.

If I upload the photo to a folder, it uploads well, but when uploading it to the database I get a message saying "column 'photo01' cannot be null".

Any ideas on how to solve this? Your input will be highly appreciated.


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