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Not able to display image from the object retrieved back from the database into the jsp page.  RSS feed

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I have used struts 2 framework and ejb3 .
Here i am posting all my codes..

2.ImageAction.java for persisting the whole Image object into the database.
3.ShowImage.java for retrieving the desired object from the database.
4.display.jsp where image will be shown.
5.Images.java Images Entity Bean.


code 2

code 3.

code 4..

code 5.

Please help me.
I am stuck on this.

Thanks for helping me.

Shashank Pratap.

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In here, you are trying to output all the binary data of the image to 'src' attribute of the image html tag. See the html source of the generated code and you can verify that.

What you should have done is set the value of the 'src' attribute to a servlet which print the binary data stream of the image using a output stream and set the content type of that output response to relevant image mime type.


Where relevant servlet mapped to "/imgegenerateservlet.do" URL will read the image (can use a variable similar to which I have mentioned here 'imgid' to select the relevant image) from the database and set thecontent type of the response to an image related mime type such as 'image/jpeg' and then write the image data to the response using output stream.
I am not much familiar with EJB related things. So I don't know how to achieve this using EJB related stuffs.

Thanks & Regards,
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Hi shashank,

Manjula is correct you have to use servlet to find image and write that image stream into the response. This tutorial perhaps help you http://balusc.blogspot.com/2007/04/imageservlet.html
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