troubleshooting Question

How to read Tiff file in Java (Is JAI the correct way?)

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I'm trying to get a Tiff file into a buffered image to feed to an API that looks for barcodes.  I have looked around the web and found a couple of ways to do it, one of them is here:

http://forum.java.sun.com/thread.jspa?threadID=560162&messageID=9429770

Is JAI what I should be using here?

I also have this sample code:

PlanarImage im = null;
im = JAI.create("fileload", file.getAbsolutePath());
im.getAsBufferedImage();

and also not sure if that is the way to go.  The person's project I am trying to edit only including JAI_codec.jar, so I do not believe I have access to the JAI object.
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