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Message Posted: Thu, 07 Aug 2008 @ 21:45:44 GMT


     
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Subj:   Re: Store JPG/JIFs in Teradata V2R6
 
From:   Mohommod.Khan

I think, the easiest way to use images in application is to reference them as file objects. Normally you create a link , could be sequential and assign each link to the child image/s maintaining relationships. Just load these link and use your reporting tool to reconcile them. In web you can use image referral like < a href="mylink" >.

So it all depends what tool are you going to use and how the reports are generated. If you are using any web interface and want to give ability to update or upload images then you can simply modify the link and ftp the image to your server.

Understand Teradata disk is not a cheap storage. Storing huge blobs is the last option that I will put on my list. I am also assuming you are not going to do any image matching or pixel comparing etc.

Hope this helps!



     
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