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Angela D'souza
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Joined: Jan 16, 2002
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Hi,
I have java stand alone application running.When user enters anything in HTML, through javascript using HTTP request send to java application.
In one html, i have address book like yahoo, where you click on EDIT link and you can able to edit the address. I am doing the same thing in my project. When user will click on EDIT link, it do following:
/editaddress.html?48ad2d18b22f29199125540f56c07ca2/addressbook/1a0933faabc7fa349d2bae579b1b4b5d%
this above will send this to server using HTTP request, the java application(server) will parse it and send editaddress.html to the browser. Now this is working in all browser except Netscape 6.2. In this browser it will give this message:
/editaddress.html?48ad2d18b22f29199125540f56c07ca2/addressbook/2ca853e70b9baea37f1fbec2be565d2d%25 not found.
Why???
Thanks,
Angela
Randall Twede
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Joined: Oct 21, 2000
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i wish i could help. i can make you feel not alone. netscape wouldnt let my applet send a request to my servlet either. i tried and tried but ended up with a "note to netscape users". hope you have better luck resolving your problem.


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