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    It is possible to create a table fields for uploading a resume in single form?


    Hello,

    Can anyone tell me how to create a table fields for uploading a resume in registration form?The registration form consisits of firstname,email,location and finally resume.



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    You'll have to be a lot more descriptive than that. Also make sure that you're comfortable with PHP and HTML before starting this.
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    Originally Posted by requinix
    You'll have to be a lot more descriptive than that. Also make sure that you're comfortable with PHP and HTML before starting this.
    Not that much of expert.Let me know i will try.
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    "table fields" - Are you referring to having fields that were submitted by the form get submitted to a MySQL table? Or something similar to where a user can upload a Word document, or similar, and have your script fetch required info from the uploaded document?

    EDIT: Or are you asking simply how to create the form, and make the input fields for these items?
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    I did a quick search lots of tutorials out there on this:

    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=php+mysql+uploa...+into+database
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    I did a quick search lots of tutorials out there on this:

    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=php+mysql+uploa...+into+database
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    Originally Posted by Triple_Nothing
    "table fields" - Are you referring to having fields that were submitted by the form get submitted to a MySQL table? Or something similar to where a user can upload a Word document, or similar, and have your script fetch required info from the uploaded document?

    EDIT: Or are you asking simply how to create the form, and make the input fields for these items?
    Hello,

    Just i am asking how to upload a resume in database and what is the field(type ) we have to create for uploading the resume.
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    Originally Posted by simbu
    Hello,

    Just i am asking how to upload a resume in database and what is the field(type ) we have to create for uploading the resume.
    Blob works. Check out the link I posted the first google search result has a tutorial with all the info.
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    Originally Posted by msteudel
    Blob works. Check out the link I posted the first google search result has a tutorial with all the info.
    Thanks for ur response.

    But at the same time how can i view the resume from database.
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    Originally Posted by simbu
    Thanks for ur response.

    But at the same time how can i view the resume from database.
    Directly from the database? You wouldn't be able to see it directly. It'll be a bunch of jibberish. You'd have to write some php to read it from the database and output it without appropriate headers to your browser. Again the first link has all this information in it ....
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    Originally Posted by msteudel
    Directly from the database? You wouldn't be able to see it directly. It'll be a bunch of jibberish. You'd have to write some php to read it from the database and output it without appropriate headers to your browser. Again the first link has all this information in it ....
    Thanks for the response.I will see ur link.
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    Get a free script and use the SQL schema


    Don't reinvent the wheel; you can try get a free job classified like in hotscripts and adopt the schema for the resume.

    Hope that helps

    TK
    Last edited by requinix; November 22nd, 2012 at 12:49 PM.
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    Originally Posted by shopitstore
    Don't reinvent the wheel; you can try get a free job classified like in hotscripts and adopt the schema for the resume.
    But then you run the risk of copying a poorly-designed database. And anyways OP's question isn't about the database design.
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    Originally Posted by requinix
    But then you run the risk of copying a poorly-designed database. And anyways OP's question isn't about the database design.
    I think that was a spammer ....
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    Originally Posted by msteudel
    I think that was a spammer ....
    Quite possibly. That's why I removed the URL to his site. But he specifically mentioned resumes so I'm giving him the benefit of the doubt. Besides, the "find an existing script and look at how it works" is actually a reasonable suggestion, even if it was pointed at the wrong question.

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