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hello I have an applet, which contains a Button, on clicking that button I have to call an JSP page, which is in another m/c.I am viewing the applet via appletviewer, and I have to call it only through appletviewer because my other application is running via that.I am able to call the JSP page when I viewed the applet through IE. Kindly help me to come out from this Thanking you regards Kiran
An applet can invoke a servlet, JSP, or even non-Java items like ASPs and CGIs by creating an HttpURLConnection. This works whether you're running in AppletViewer or in a browser (although browsers are limited to contacting the same server that the applet came from). When you say "call" a JSP page, I'm assuming you mean to retrieve data, rather than to cause a new web page to be displayed somewhere. That's a different matter.
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Kiran H Iyer
Joined: Dec 03, 2001
hello Tim, Pls advice me how to use the HttpUrlConnection class inside a applet as it is declared abstract. pls help me with some codes. thanks a lot regards Kiran
I wish I had some code to show you, but it's sitting on a machine at my ex-employer. I recommend you grab a book on Java network programming, since it's what I'd have to do myself. The way to get an HttpURLConnection is simply to define a URL object and use its openConnection() method. If the URL object refers to an http URL, like: URL javaRanch = new URL("http://www.javaranch.com/cgi-bin/search?find=mongoose"); do: HttpURLConnection javaRanchLink = (HttpURLConnection) javaRanch.openConnection(); The JavaDocs for HttpURLConnection's parent class have some useful info on them.