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Image display in websphere4.0

sorupa
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Joined: Dec 07, 2001
Posts: 4
i'm trying to run my application in websphere4.0.
application is running.But the images are not loaded in my application.
Images are in Images folder.
calling my image is (/images/ss.gif).
But it's not able to show the image.if i calling the image using context root (ctx/images/ss.gif).
the image is loaded.what's solution for loading the image without using context root.
pls send me the answer.
James Carman
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Joined: Feb 20, 2001
Posts: 580
Originally posted by subasorupa:
i'm trying to run my application in websphere4.0.
application is running.But the images are not loaded in my application.
Images are in Images folder.
calling my image is (/images/ss.gif).
But it's not able to show the image.if i calling the image using context root (ctx/images/ss.gif).
the image is loaded.what's solution for loading the image without using context root.
pls send me the answer.

How are you wanting to "show" the images? Are you trying to find out how to construct a URL for the <img> tag's href attribute? Try...
request.getContextPath() + "/images/ss.gif"
Or, you could use the Struts <html:img> tag, which will do this for you automagically.


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