get an image from mysql in a pc

by Neri Martinez » Fri, 20 May 2011 09:30:37 GMT


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 hi,

this proyect has 2 parts:

1) in a pc is a mysql server running. I wanna do a program that save an
image into mysql (i read that i have to use blob fields)
2) from my android device, i want to get that image from mysql (that was
uploaded by the program in the pc)

another question: is php the only way to connect and android device to mysql
server running in a pc via WIFI?

thanks !

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Neri M. Martinez
Ingeniero en Sistemas de Computacin

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