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How we can retrieve images from database?

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save the image as collection of byte in database and retrieve them as byte[] and just build the picture.
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Hi,
Storing images in databases take time delay.
simply upload the pages to a folder
and save the path in db
then simply retrieve the path and use
<img src="<%=filepath%>">

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You can store image as BLOB in the DB , but it not recommended bcoz , it takes lot of of time and increaded database files inturn it will be difficult to maintain the database in terms of archiving,etc.

So better option is to store in file system and store that reference in database. Then user java io and servlet stream API together to render the response.

you can see example at the following url

http://www.exampledepot.com/egs/java.../GetImage.html


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Hi suman124, now you take to me how to finished me problem.
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