|HTML with Embedded Images from PL/SQL - Use PL/SQL to create HTML with embedded images.|
Learco Brizzi said...Nice post. I didn't knew you could embed a base64 encoded image directly into the img tag.
TWS said...Thank you for this. I wanted to add that it may be a better idea to embed the image into the email header, using a multipart/related mime. Then link the image to the html via CID: img tags in the html. You embed each image only once (in header), and can reference many times in main html.
IMG tag like:
Header uses: Content-ID:
Vinicius said...Good article !
We must remember that it only works in IE 8+
Sus said...Great Post, very helpful
MikeC said...Great help, many thanks. If your blob is likely to exceed 32,767 then put a UTL_FILE.fflush(l_file); inside the loop directly after the UTL_FILE.put().
Well spotted. Corrected. :)
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