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Want to take pic using webcam in jsp/servlet

 
Vishal Baid
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Want to take pic using webcam in jsp/servlet.

Please Help me out. Need urgent help.
 
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A not so good option is to have a look at some jquery plugin for this (Google) but they'd probably use flash.
 
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Because JSP and servlets execute on the server, they'll be of no use in controlling a client-side camera.
 
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And please EaseUp. There is no such thing as "urgent" around here.
 
Vishal Baid
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Sorry Rob. I am in Hurry tats y is said urgent.

Okay I tried to find out jquery plugin. But I did not get the working one.
Any help.
 
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The only thing I could find was this. Keep in mind what Bear said; it doesn't matter how the html is generated. As far as the browser is concerned, it's just html. The browser has no knowledge of JSP or anything else on the server.
 
Vishal Baid
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Thanks JK
I will try it
 
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