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    Question Eclipse can't find my image file when generating HTML

    Hi all,

    I'm trying to reference an image in a Java web project using the following code:

    Java Code:
    out.println("<img src=\"test.jpg\">");
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    out.println("<img src=\"resources/test.jpg\">");
    However, no matter where I try placing the test.jpg file, I just can't seem to reference it as I get a broken image. Here are a few of the places I've tried placing it:

    • Directory (the project)
    • Directory > resources
    • Directory > WebContent
    • Directory > WebContent > resources


    Am I doing something wrong? If I manually try referencing the image from a browser, I just get the same main project page again:

    Java Code:
    ocalhost:8080/Directory/test.jpg
    I'm working with Eclipse 3.4.1 and using XAMPP + Tomcat in a Windows XP Pro SP3 environment. The Java project I'm working on works just fine, but I just cannot seem to find out how to reference external images or other files (CSS, XSL, etc).

    Any help would really be appreciated! I'm a PHP developer by trade, so this is fairly frustrating.

    Thanks,
    - Matt

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    Anyone? :-(

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    Default Display jpg

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    Difficult? This is Mission Impossible, not Mission Difficult. Difficult should be easy.

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    Thanks, but what about if I'm just trying to display the image via generated HTML, such as via XSLT through the Saxon library?

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    I got this to work. My trouble with displaying external files such as images was due to a combination of things, most noticeably not fully understanding the web.xml file, how Tomcat structures things, nor the proper URL to use.

    apachefriends.org/f/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=32649

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