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Old 10-30-2009
Problem with image display stored outside webserver in Unix?

Hi All,

I have an image stored in my solaris server path /usr/Apps/TEMP directory.
I have created this image at runtime.
I have my web application dployed in my webserver path /usr/Apps/tomcat/jakarta-tomcat-5.5.7/webapps/DispReports

From a jsp file available under my DispReports folder, I need to access the image stored in /usr/Apps/TEMP directory.

But when I give the path in src attribute like below, I am not getting the image.
Code:
<img src="/usr/Apps/TEMP/Report1.png" border="0" usemap="#chart"></img>

I then understand that, when I give the path like this, its trying to search for the folder inside the DispReports/jsp/ folder. Its not coming out of the webserver path.

Kindly help me in this regards.

Thanks
suren
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Old 12-27-2009
Could it have to do with file permissioning? This is actually a relatively common issue and is usually solved by broadening access rights or migrating the files to a location which has such rights already. Also ensure that the case of the folder name spelling is correct.

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