Ohlson Stefan wrote:
I'm not familiar with fetching data from Oracle, but the output you get doesn't really look like image data.Hi!I have a db where we stores images in the database but I haven't figured out how I display that image after I've selected it from the table. I've tried with <IMG SRC='$data'> and <IMG SRC=$data> but $data just return the Select-query: <html><head><title></title></head> <body bgcolor=cccccc text=000000 link=0000ff vlink=0000ff> <B>Picture</B><BR><UL> <IMG SRC='SELECT PICTURE FROM KATALOGUE WHERE ISBN = '91-29-65480-7''> </UL></body></html>
First of all you should verify that you infact have stored image data in your table and it really is that data your fetching.Anyone have an idea what I can do? Thanks!
Then to display the image you need to separate the image output from the rest of your script. Something like this:
getimg.php (Just cut'n'pasted'n'edited from your script)
$handle = ORA_LOGON("something/something","") OR DIE("Unable to connect to database");
$SqlStatement = "SELECT PICTURE FROM KATALOGUE WHERE ISBN = '$isbn'";
$csr = ORA_OPEN($handle) OR DIE("Unable to open data database cursor");
ORA_PARSE($csr, $SqlStatement)OR DIE("Unable to parse query");
ORA_EXEC($csr) OR DIE("Unable to run query");
$data = ORA_GETCOLUMN($csr,0);
Then in your_script.php do something like this:
echo "<IMG SRC=\"getimg.php?isbn=$isbn\">";
You will probably have to modify it to fit your needs...
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