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Project: ats-framework File: View source code, 6 votes, vote setDisposition(MimeBodyPart. .. getTypeInfo().type; if ( Creates a DataHandler instance with the specified DataSource. DataHandler( obj, mimeType): Initializes the DataHandler class. @Test public void testMimeMatching() throws Exception { File f=new end * @ param policy the type of policy for this consent * @param author the author of this .

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You can send an existing text file by using either of the two methods such as byte[] or javax. The details on the datahand,er procedures are as follows:. The procedure to send an existing text file by using byte[] is as follows:. The procedure to attach and send an existing file by using javax. DataHandler is as follows:. You can send an existing image file by using any of the three methods such as byte[]javax. DataHandleror java.

The procedure to send an existing image file by using byte[] is as follows:. The procedure to send an existing image file by using javax. The procedure to send an existing image file by using java. Image is as follows:.

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You can send an existing XML file by using any of the three methods such as byte[]javax. DataHandleror javax. The procedure to send an existing XML file by using byte[] is as follows:. The procedure to send an existing XML file by using javax.

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Source is as follows:. You can send the java. String object by using either of the two methods such as byte[] or javax. The procedure to send the java. String object by using byte[] is as follows:.

String object by using javax. When sending a text file, an XML file or a java. String object String as a javax. DataHandler class in the same way as the codes are specified in an attachment in the wsi: For details on how to specify a character code where the DataHandler Object, String constructor was used, see Organization of this subsection 1 Sending an existing text file 2 Sending an existing image file 3 Sending an existing XML file 4 Sending java.

String object 5 Precautions on generating the javax. The details on the respective procedures are as follows: FileInputStream object Generate the java. FileInputStream object by specifying the file path of the attachment to be sent, in an argument.

FileInputStream object to the java. Then, generate byte[] by using the toByteArray method of the java. DataHandler The procedure to attach and send an existing ratahandler by using javax. DataHandler is as follows: DataSource object Generate the javax. FileDataSource object by specifying the file path of the attachment to be sent, in an argument.

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DataHandler object Generate the javax. DataHandler object by specifying the javax.

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FileDataSource object in an argument. DataHandler The procedure to send an existing image file by using javax. DataHandler fileDataSource ; c Using java. Image The procedure to send an existing image file by using java.

Image is as follows: Image object Generate the java. Image object by specifying the file path of the attachment mimw be sent to an argument of the createImage String method in the java. DataHandler fileDataSource ; c Using javax. Source The procedure to send an existing XML file by using javax. Source is as follows: Source object Generate the javax.

StreamSource object by specifying the file path of the attachment to be sent, in an argument. String object by using byte[] is as follows: String “abcde” ; Generating byte[] Generate byte[] by using the getBytes mmie of the java. DataHandler The procedure to send the java. String “abcde” ; Generating the javax. DataHandler object by specifying the java. String object and the MIME type, in an argument.