On Thursday 03 February 2005 05:59, A Wood wrote:

> The image is resized like this, and as I say, this far its working fine...
> imagecopyresampled($image, $contents, 0, 0, 0, 0, $newxsize, $newysize,
> $orig_x, $orig_y);
> I then try to put it in the DB by passing the variable $image straight
> into an SQL query.  is that correct?

No, $image is the "image resource handle" ...

> The script executes fine with no errors, and there's something being put
> in the LONGBLOB field of the DB (Resource ID #3 it says when I look at
> it).

... and it this particular case your "image resource handle" has an ID of 3.

What you need is output buffering and imagejpeg(). If you're still stuck check 
out the umpteen working examples and tutorials available somewhere.

> The type field is set correctly by the upload script and is "image/jpeg"
> Again this script runs without errors but doesnt produce anything.

Yep, because you haven't stored anything resembling an image in the DB!

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