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Retrieve image stored in a DB and show it on JSP page.

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Hello,
I stored a image in BLOB field of a table in Oracle 10g DB. I want to retrieve it from DB and show it in a JSP page. Would you please show me a sample code.

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Thanks. It is very simple and understandable.

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Glad I could help :)

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