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Get image size thru thru code

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Hi!

I',m importing an image to my custom component via "file", can I get it's resolution?

for example:

${properties.image.getWidth()}

something like that?

htl way would be good.

Image is referenced at DAM

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Using below code, we can retrieve the image width and height in Java and use that in HTL

import com.day.cq.wcm.foundation.Image;

Image image = new Image(resource);

int imgWidth = 990; // Some default width

int imgHeight = 520;// Some default height

  try {

  if (image.getLayer(false, false, false) != null) {

  imgWidth = image.getLayer(false, false, false).getWidth();

  imgHeight = image.getLayer(false, false, false).getHeight();

}

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As Ravi correctly points out - you can use Java to get the information that you require.

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Thanks for the answers! But I think my question is not quiet direct.

I need to extract the img meta data (specifically height:width) to my ".html" file so that I can reference it.

if I must use java to do this, where will I write my java code?
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that's where I want to extract asset size.

Thanks!

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Still haven't figure out above problem.
here is a someple code of what I'm trying to achieve

ex.

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Created my java file, complete but apparently, I can't populate the "Image(resource)" with "fileReference" from cq:file as to I'm getting an error. a work around?

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For anyone looking. here's the answer.

Get Asset metadata (height and width)