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JSP Thumbnail View

Hi All,

I'm working on a photo gallery application in JSP and have encountered a problem trying to create thumbnails from large photos.

Basically I'm trying to create thumbnail images on the fly(image file should not save to the hard disk) to serve up to the users via the JSP script.

Is it possible to do in jsp(with html)?
Does anybody has idea or source? Please let me know.

Thanks in Advance,

V. Prasath.
Jun 2 '09 #1
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Is this your post?

If so I'm sure you're not supposed to post the same question in multiple places like this.

Jun 2 '09 #2
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you should use some image manipulating library in java which converts large images to thumbnails at runtime and sends them to the client browser(html).

search it on google..

if you don't find it .. pm me.. i'll develop new lib. for u

Nitin Sawant
Jun 2 '09 #3
Hi Nitin,
I am also looking for same solution.

My Usecase: I am working on jdeveloper11g with jsp page.Currently the page where i am trying to show thumbnail is Myfavourities .On the page i am showing user favourites of different type (ex. PDF,text,PPT,etc) with on table .
Now i want to show thumbnail for all files in another column.

Can you have idea about how can i achive this.
Suggest me any link form where i can get the usefull info.OR if u have library with u can u share with me.on <email link removed>

Thanks for all help.
Aug 19 '09 #4

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