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Old June 9th, 2004, 08:43 AM
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Default Web Image with kodak imgedit control

Hi,

Is it possible to get and display directly an image from the web (like http://www.mysite.com/mypicture.jpg) with the kodak imgedit control ?

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Hi,

Yes, it's definitely possible. You need to use a java applet with your html web page.

1. Import the Kodak control type libraries as Java Classes
2. Declare object references for the Kodak controls
3. Conect your applet to the control - use Java's setControl method
4. In your html file, define the applet and the control. To define the Kodak control, use the <object> element.

E.g.

<object
  classid="classid:E1A6B8A0-3603-101C-AC6E-040224009C02"
  id=imgthumbctrl
  width=100
  height=200
  align=right
>
<param name = "BackColor" value = "#ffffff">
</object>

Regards.
The GoodArowana

See http://www.ilixis.com/developer/kodak.html


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