From the code you provided, I am not sure if this is the problem or not, but it sounds like you are using getContent() to return the actual image data and then attempting to render it somewhere on the page.
I had an issue a while back where i was attempting to pull image data from the filesystem and display it back through an img tag that point at one of my controller actions.
My issue ended up being whitespace trailing the closing ?> tag in my controller file.
It may seem like a long shot, but check your controller files (or anywhere you might be changing headers or outputting something other than html) and make sure either a) There is no closing tag on the file, or b) there is no trailing whitespace (or newlines) following the closing tag. The former is a much safer option.
Hope this helps!
On Tue, Nov 25, 2008 at 9:41 AM, Cory D. Wiles <[hidden email]> wrote:
You should be able to get the full URL to the full size image by using something like:
Why can't I embed the full-sized image into my webpage?
can only embed images into a webpage that are 800 pixels or smaller
along the largest dimension. Larger images can be downloaded directly
in your program. You can use the imgmax parameter to limit the size of the image in the <media:content> tag. For example: