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Connecting to a remote servlet from an unsigned applet
Joined: Jan 22, 2004
Feb 02, 2007 07:12:00
connects to a remote
(on a different server). I could obviously connect to it fine with a signed applet, but now my applet is no longer signed.
I understand an unsigned applet can access a servlet on the same web server host, but the problem is that the
are on a different server...
Is there some simple way I can create a file (html or whatever) on the web server host that can accept requests from the applet and redirect them to the remote servlets?
Joined: Mar 22, 2005
Feb 02, 2007 09:35:00
You'd need some kind of active server component (Servlet, ASP, PHP, ...) to achieve this. It would be more like proxying, though, not redirection, since the flow would be applet-->server1-->server2-->server1-->applet.
I agree. Here's the link:
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