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nikil shar
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Joined: May 25, 2008
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hi all,
not sure if the question belongs in this forum but have a java developers suite (written in some 3rd party language which overwrites FESI to map a scripting language to actual JAVA) which uses JBOSS [WonderLand] 3.2.3 and when i try uploading images (GIF format) JBOSS says it cant find it BUT when i change the extension of the image to lowercase i.e '.gif' it works !!

was very curious to know the details of how that works behind the scenes ??

thanks in advance.
Campbell Ritchie

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Agree this would sit better in a different forum. Moving.
Jaikiran Pai

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I guess you will have to post the entire exception stacktrace (or the logs) and the piece of code which tries to lookup that file. Ultimately, it's the application which does the lookup of the file.

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nikil shar
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Joined: May 25, 2008
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thanks for the reply. The thing is that there are is NO stack trace thrown in JBOSS. all JBOSS says is "image not found" and from the client side the code is :


the "setImage" method is built into the IDE so dont know the details for that.

I agree. Here's the link:
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