Check out  It's a 
tutorial that explains getting images in and out of databases.  It also 
describes what this myscript.php thingy does.

Good luck,

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>Subject: [PHP-DB] Images from database
>I have seen in several places the following line:
><img src='myScript.php' etc..etc..>
>Will this tag work in both IE and Netscape?
>What does myScript.php do?  Does it find an image and pass the binary data 
>Something like this--
>// Code to find get a path from a database
>$fp = fopen(odbc_result($qryResult, "imgPath"), "rb");
>Am I getting this, or am I missing the whole point?

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