Hi, I'm been trying to solve below problem around one week without success... Please, help me... The problem is that I should transfer (chipered) data between applet and servlet by using post-method. The applet has code like below and it invokes the doPost-method on servlet, but I'm not able to get any data transferred. See codes below: APPLET: URL url = new URL(baseURL, servletName); HttpURLConnection sc = (HttpURLConnection) url.openConnection(); sc.setRequestMethod("POST"); sc.setDoOutput(true); sc.setDoInput(true); sc.setUseCaches(false); sc.setDefaultUseCaches(false); sc.setAllowUserInteraction(false); sc.setRequestProperty ("Content-Type", "application/octet-stream"); sc.setRequestProperty("Content-length", String.valueOf(10)); InputStream in = sc.getInputStream(); OutputStream out = sc.getOutputStream(); out.write("cipherdata".getBytes()); out.flush(); out.close(); ... in.close();
doPost-Method in SERVLET: ServletInputStream in = request.getInputStream(); ServletOutputStream out = response.getOutputStream(); //next two line works ok... System.err.println("Type: " + request.getContentType()); System.err.println("Content Length: " + request.getContentLength()); //but this do not return any bytes (jams) and also //in.availabel()- function returns 0. System.err.println("Read byte: " + in.read()); ...
Everything should be ok, but just do not work. I'm quite beginner with Java and do not know is the problem my competence, web-server (Apache Tomcat/4.0-b1) or what. Please, help me. Regards, Jorma Ikonen
I think the fact you use sc.doInput(true) after sc.doOutput(true) made the connection only reads from source. Judy
Joined: Sep 17, 2001
Hi Judy, I really love you! It seems that I have had very bad lucky. At the beginning I had the setDoInput first as described in http://www.keysolutions.com/ServletFAQ.nsf, but the example there didn't work, because they used URLConnection instead of HttpURLConnection (setRequestMethod is required, because URLConnection invokes only the doGet()-method and in.read() fails there). So, while I was tracking the first problem I caused accidentally the next one by slipping the setDoInput and setDoOutput upside down... life is life. Many hugs, thanks, and greetings from the north pole. -Jorma-
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