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need to convert image to byte[]

 
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Hi there,

This post is a continuation of a conversation from a
previous post concerning images and xml

My original query asked, "how do you move image data over a network using xml?"
Image data is, of course, binary data. Therefore, I didn't even know if you could convert it somehow into character data to fit into an xml document, sent over the network, then reassembled at the other end.
It was suggested I look at using Base64 to encode and decode the image data.
So, I put together a small test app (see below) to test this theory. The problem however, comes in when I have to convert the image from ImageIcon to a byte[] array. If you look at the example code you can see where I'm stuck.

Any help would be appreciated.

Alan


[ November 15, 2007: Message edited by: Alan Shiers ]
 
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This has some suggestions.

As does this.

And this

All of which were found quickly by doing this.
 
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Joanne, you wouldn't have been able to find
this

or this

or even this

if someone or some people at some point hadn't asked a question about something they didn't know how to do. So don't be a such a jerk. If you don't want to answer a question then don't. If people didn't ask questions you wouldn't be able to find this.
[ May 22, 2008: Message edited by: Brandon Broschinsky ]
 
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Hi Brandon,

without having looked at the linked content from Joanne's post, I'd assume that it might in fact be helpful to the original poster. I also don't see anything wrong with telling him how he can find such things faster by himself in the future. I also didn't see any name calling in the post - all in all, it didn't look un-nice to me, even if a bit shortspoken.

So I'm not sure what you are so upset about. I'd suggest, though, that you might be more successful by being a role model of the behavior you'd like to see. Whatever you do, please respect our Be Nice rule. Thanks!
 
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