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Showing Images

Hi Guys,

I have try to show images in my web dynpro. I have read on how to do it and it shows in my developer studio,but it don't shows on my webpage when I run that application. Does anyone knows why? Thanks.

Regards,

C

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    Posted on Jan 27, 2005 at 05:14 PM

    If you import the image files in NWDS into folder src/mimes/components/<your_component>, then you can use the image file name for properties like "Image.source".

    Did you do that?

    Armin

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      Ok. I already test what u ask me to do, but the image don't seem to appear. There is no error when I build the application and when I deploy and run, there is also no error. I have looked in the j2ee server and I can see the files there.

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    Posted on Feb 01, 2005 at 12:11 PM

    Hi You have to place your Image in the following folder of your project/src/mimes/components/<component>/imagename

    donot forget to put your image name correctly,don't include extension jpeg letus say if ur putting clouds.jpeg, just give name as clouds and copy on to the folder structure, while giving name to your dynpro image source name give clouds.jpg it will work..

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