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cropping image in servlet

 
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Hi, guys..
I will make a client-server application using j2me and servlet. Servlet will send an png image as a response to j2me. The servlet's actions about the request are:
1. servlet will put a small circle image in some parts of the main image, then
2. servlet will crop part of the main image as client request then send it to client.

I get trouble to put the small circle image to the main image and crop the main image. Could somebody help me about the algorithm or source code?
Thanx..
 
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Your best bet would be to look into Java Advanced Imaging (JAI). I've moved this post to the Other Java APIs forum where such topics are discussed.
 
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Using JAI may be overkill for this - using Graphics2D is probably sufficient. Can you show us a short excerpt of your code that shows what you are doing, and describe where you are stuck with it?
 
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