Milan,

The only disadvantage i've had of storing images in DB instead of Filesystem, is that when you use a PHP script to output the image to a client browser, MSIE doesn't always accept a suggested filename so it might try and save it as "your-script.php?img=2".

Other then that, keeping images in DB is a lot easier since you don't have to keep your DB in sync with Filesystems ie. Deleted records in DB, but images still exist.


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Hi everybody,
i want to store some articles and images to them in MySQL db. could you just give advice if it is better to store the image in BLOB or if to save on server and in db just have it's URL.


Hi Milan






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