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Problem running Servlet

 
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Whenever i try to run the following servlet i dont the get output in the current window, instead it displays the following message "Do you want to save?". Each time i need to save to a local folder, double click and open it with the internet explorer. I am using Tomcat5.5.



All the servlet does is take a string and vertically transpose, and display it as an image. Can anybody give the reason as to why this is happening?
 
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How about if you click any image link from your browser? Does it ask to save? I mean, is it asking to save the url below?

http://us.i1.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/i/pulse/07q4/pulse_nissan-gtr139x119.jpg
 
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I think the proper content type is "image/jpeg", not "image/jpg".
 
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Hey thank you very much Ulf. I made the changes according to your comments and now its working fine.
 
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