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Fetching an image from the specified URL and resizing it.

 
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Hi All,

I have to fetch an image from the given URL and resize it before displaying the same on the html page.
I am able to do this using java.awt.image.BufferedImage and javax.imageio.ImageIO APIs. But I need to do the same without using java.awt. I tried the following code but it's not working. The output file doesn't contain the image.


Thanks for your help.
 
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Did you mean "D:\\output.gif" ?

Also, read() is not guaranteed to read a full buffer's worth.
 
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And what is the purpose of writing to a ByteArrayOutputStream and then copying from that to a FileOutputStream? Why not just write directly to the FileOutputStream? (With the corrected code as per Carey Brown's comment, of course.)
 
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Thanks Carey and Paul for replying.

I will be using the ByteArrayOutputStream further to display the image in html page and have used the FileOutputStream here to check the image content.

Thanks,
Debasmita
 
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