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Hi,

In my web application when user upload image, I want resize that image and than want to store it on the disk,

which api should i use to resize imege.

Following is my code which store image on disk. (Always JPG image)

 
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You can just use drawImage to draw the image on a different BufferedImage. With drawImage you can specify a height and width to draw the image at. See for example: Images - BufferedImage.

For more information on working with graphics in Java have a look at this: The Java Tutorial - 2D Graphics
 
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