Httphandler Version Aspx Code Behind Writing Image File?

Mar 31, 2010

We have encountered this difference in file creation while using a HttpHandler Versus a Code Behind Aspx page. We are reading a saved jpg/png picture as byte array from a 'Image' field in sql server database and create a physical file in the server. Both the Aspx Page and Httphandler use the same code pasted below.

int docID = Convert.ToInt32(Request.QueryString["DocID"]);
var docRow = documentDB.GetDocument(docID);
// Retrieve the physical directory path for the Uploads subdirectory
string destDir = Server.MapPath("../../Uploads").ToString() + "\";
string strFileName = destDir + DateTime.Now.ToFileTime() + "_" + docRow.DocName.ToString();
FileStream fs = new FileStream(strFileName, FileMode.CreateNew, FileAccess.Write);
fs.Write(docRow.DocData, 0, docRow.DocData.Length);
// End

After the file is created, it is viewable as a jpg/png Image only in Aspx Code Behind. While in case of HttpHandler it is not a valid Image.

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