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Hi all. How can I receive gif/jpeg image
in my standard CGI Executable application (throw WebRequest event)?
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For example:

var fs: TFileStream;

fs := TFileStream.Create('image.jpg', fmOpenRead);
Response.ContentType := 'image/jpeg';
Response.ContentStream := fs;
Response.SendResponse;
fs.Free;



Instead of using a TFileStream you can use TJPEGImage.SaveToStream(<TMemoryStream>) and pass it to the ContentStream.
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Thanks.
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