Image Manipulation: Thumbnails and watermarks

I want to write some JSPs which take a jpg and create two different versions of it: 1. a thumbnail, and 2. a full-size version but with a watermark across it. Can this be done in Java?
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Have a look here:

(taken from my solution on http:/Q_21213311.html)

You can just load the image, create a scaled instance, and return that as a JPG, or write some text across it and return that as a JPG :-)

Let me know if you have any problems or questions about it...


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you might also want to look out at this for advanced image handling utilities...

Although you shouldn't need that for thumbnails and watermarking...
>>>>also want to look out at this for advanced image handling utilities.
yes..... thats why i said
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