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Organising Images with a Database (30 May 2005)
The most important things to remember are that the location of images is irrelevant, and the names of the images must be unique and correspond to unique information in the database. The summary and classification, through queries, makes our “virtual directory” come to life.

This technique is just one of dozens of methods for organizing images with a database. The method you choose should depend on the number of images you need to work with and the goals of your project. I believe this method is the most versatile and well-organized.
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