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    kinda out of the scope of this client-side framework.... but i suppose you could save the binary data into an abstraction that represents an image (file, perhaps?) and send it back to the browser with appropriate content type? i would google around to see what others have done for this approach as this is not specific to GXT framework.
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    If you want to have file uploading available in your Web site, whether intranet or Internet (although I prefer to use only in Intranet servers), you can build it all by yourself.
    You can build your own ISAPI DLL; You can build your own COM/MTS DLL;
    You can have your file upload transactional;
    You don't need to have a directory with write permissions;
    You can even deal with all your upload content only in ASP code (example appears in the article code).

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    Thanks a lot, the name was the solution.

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