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how to retrieve and edit images in jsp

 
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I want to retrieve images from Database(say ORACLE) and i want to display in client using jsp.

After i want to edit that images , i may draw circle or make anything in that images and i want to store it again into Database.

How can i do this in JSP???
What are the techniques are available??
Somebody said that its possible using applets.If i use applet, in that client side it may take more times to load....
So is there any technologies available to do this in JSP???
[ January 11, 2008: Message edited by: Ganesh PS ]
 
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Welcome to JavaRanch.

What do you mean by "edit"? Programmatically on the server? Or manually as part of the HTML in the browser? Where do you want to retrieve the images from?
 
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I want to retrieve images from Database(say ORACLE) and i want to display in client using jsp.

After i want to edit that images , i may draw circle or make anything in that images and i want to store it again into Database.

How can i do this in JSP???
What are the techniques are available??
Somebody said that its possible using applets.If i use applet, in that client side it may take more times to load....
So is there any technologies available to do this in JSP???
 
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Applets can do it, JSPs (or JavaScript) can't. You may wish to check out the canvas element., but it's not supported in all browsers, and I don't think that it allows you to save an image.
 
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"Ganesh PS",
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