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Hi
I'd like to run a flashMovie in a .php page to the norm html.
Fla's run ok, except they don't handle 3D object key command .swfs.
http://www.flashsandy.org/demos
Click on 2nd image of a type of jet_copter Gavia AT-1008
as the best example of what is possible.
Use keyboard arrows simultainiously, motion tweened to boot, make a cracking product pre-view. I've cracked the .swf and can add the objects.
Now I need to learn how to store flashMovie file name and location in a MySQL database?

Simple I know but when there is doubt, there is no doubt.
A parallel post will run in php to assertain how to add php data.
http://www.daniweb.com/forums/thread302946.html
Thanks for reading
Sabby76

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Having tried this I find (and from reading other posts others agree) it is best to store the .swf file in a directory and store the location in MySQL. You can store the actual binary contents of the file in MySQL by using the BLOB data type however the problems come from the varied size of the .swf files being stored and what it does to the database files.

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Hi rch1231
Thanks for your reply
Sorry fopr dely, I will store the .swf file in the site and let mysql call it onto the site page. Do you any examples of .swf movies on the web?
Sabby76

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Having tried this I find (and from reading other posts others agree) it is best to store the .swf file in a directory and store the location in MySQL. You can store the actual binary contents of the file in MySQL by using the BLOB data type however the problems come from the varied size of the .swf files being stored and what it does to the database files.

Hi rch1231
Thanks for your reply
Sorry for delay, I will store the .swf file in the site and let mysql call it onto the site page. I do not know how? Here is the soucre of information.
http://www.webassist.com/forums/showthread.php?t=15226
Sabby76

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