You have 2 possibilities, the bytea data type or the large object
mechanism. The bytea is generally the best because it is the most
flexible. For a discussion comparing the two you can read the
relevant part of the pgSQL4RB manual which you can get here:
>Possible, and this is called BLOB data type. Binary large object.
> > Is it possible to have an image object in a database, like a gif, bmp,
> > jpeg, no matter which format?
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