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InputStream Problem at Client Side.

pavan aryan

Joined: Feb 28, 2010
Posts: 16
Hi all once again, one more question from me. But this one stands between me and my final work. I am doing a REST Webservice, in which I have to send image files from the server and had to calculate processing times at the client. So, I choosen InputStream at the server, and same to catch at the Client. Seems some basic problem, I am measuring time before and after InputStream at Client..seems since its a stream as soon as receiving some bytes the program was coming to the next....better to put it in code... REST Web Service and i am using Netbeans 6.8

Server COde

And at the Client Side

So thats the problem matter the size of the image files (trying from 5 mb to 50mb) the processing time is just few milli seconds and almost the same..

tried a bit logic to convert the files

But getting different size files...and if i take the time here, it also includes conversion and saving file locally times....Since its REST and i test with a plane url and its returning same files size ( tried right click and save as )...

Thanks in advance guys,...spent whole night on this..
pavan aryan

Joined: Feb 28, 2010
Posts: 16
some one please help guys...
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