for a project, I'll need to store files in the database, because I won't be
able to write to the disk of the application.
I've been looking online about how to do it, and I've seen that there are
two ways, i.e. with bytea and oid. Particularly I found this page
http://www.zephid.dk/2008/08/09/oid-vs-bytea-in-postgresql/ , it's about
php but it can give a few hints, even though it's more than three years
So, my questions are:
* do you have experience with newer version of postgresql (9.x)? Is there
something particular I need to consider?
* I've read http://packages.python.org/psycopg2/extensions.html , thus I
still think oid is the way to go, but I haven't been able to find an
example to use as reference. Can you please suggest me something?
Non c'e' piu' forza nella normalita', c'e' solo monotonia
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