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Hello,

I'm Running Apache 2x, PHP 5x, and MySQL 4x

I want to make a signature panel interface for a web application (that will run from a tablet).  I know there is a Java applet called scribble that I can use for input, but I'm not sure how to use it in a form.

I'm thinking the process would work something like this:

-Input to signature panel
-Submit form
-Move post variable to MySQL blog file as a jpg

Any suggestions?
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Create a BufferedImage of the same size as the Component. Call paint on the Component, passing the Graphics of the Image as a parameter. You can then write the Image where you want using ImageIO.write
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http://examples.oreilly.com/javanut/section1/Scribble.html
http://examples.oreilly.com/javanut/section1/Scribble.java

you would just need to add code to post the image to the server.
http://javaalmanac.com/egs/java.net/Post.html

You'd use something like a servlet on the server side to recieve the signature image.
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