How to Download Files in Spring Boot

How to Download Files in Spring Boot

In this post, I will show you how to download files from the local directory in Spring Boot. Very simple, in just a few steps. Let's explore it with us now.

This post will show you how to download image from the local directory in Spring Boot.

Preliminary

This post is a continuation of the previous article…

Steps

First, as seen in the image above I target the filename along with the path location. In addition here I also set the header, mediatype for the body, and using InputStream.

In this case I made two returns, one of which I made a comment first. In the first return I made the return value is in the form of the image itself whose path we have targeted before, the following are the results:

Testing and Result 1

Testing and Result 2

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