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prasad hagargi
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i want to invoke a servlet/jsp from an application .The servlet/jsp is in a tomcat/resin server configured for https .How can i do it?
can normal url connection do the job.


Joined: Jul 23, 2002
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Yes.. You can use URL Connection in order to communicate with Servlet.
prasad hagargi
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thats true but my question is how can i invoke the servlet on a server using the https protocol
Bill william
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use jdk 1.4
Peter den Haan
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Or use JDK1.2 or later with the JSSE extension installed. Other than that, it's as simple as adding "s" to "http": - Peter
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