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Topic Closed, please go here SQLite demonstration of native recognition of BLOB object in Listview Following an idea that was raised in a discussion with water and jchd, I have been working during the past week on a ListView SQLite demo that integrates BLOB (Binary large Object) fields. Download link at the bottom of this post This is what I have until now, version sero sero sero … one – to use the words of a well know Spanish biker . It is a fully workable example and I would be happy if you could test it and give me your comments. Pre-requisites: 1. You have to download the SQLite Da
As the title says, I'm trying to show a thumbnail in a gui, selected by the user, which must be resized to fit the Gui Control and store the image itself in SQLite as a blob. Thanks to some useful examples found on the forum, I managed to load, show and store an image but I'm experiencing some problems in resizing the picture. This is what i made until now: #include <SQLite.au3> #include <SQLite.dll.au3> #include <GUIConstantsEx.au3> #include <GDIPlus.au3> #include <StaticConstants.au3> #include <WindowsConstants.au3> Local $hGUI, $hBMP, $hBitmap
Hi to all, I am writing a feature to an existing internal AutoIt program, based on a client's request. The requested feature would be to grab the file via a button, which reads the file's path. Below the file browsing button would be a button to upload the file into a MySQL server. Initially, my method would be to read the contents of the file provided in the filepath, then convert the contents of the file into binary data, and then store it into a column of a table as a BLOB. I am not sure whether if this is the best approach to storing text/Word/PDF files into the MySQL Server in this
New release. 19 June 2013 (22.214.171.124) There is a relation with this topic SQLite ListView and BLOB demo but I decided to start a completely new Topic because the approach is considerably different from the two previous examples which were only kick-offs to this demo. This example shows how binary objects can be recognized natively in a database BLOB field without having to link to other fields that may contain information of the data object. In the demo I used 2 approaches for native recognition 1. For multi-type binary objects, the file name is added in the header of the BLOB Multi