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File Uploads with PHP Doctrine
September 01, 2008 @ 10:37:50

The ProDevTips blog has posted the fifth part of their look at using Doctrine with PHP. This time they focus on file uploads.

It's time to take a look at how file uploads can be integrated into the Doctrine validation and CRUD process. We will have a product in the form of a digital download as an example, it will have a screenshot image that can be maximum 250 pixels wide and high. The download itself will be a zipped file.

They set up their table definitions first and set up a few validation functions (update, insert and for the file data) to work on top of that. Custom upload/uploadImage and save methods handle the user's submission while a simple delete method makes removing images easy.

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