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Joined: Jun 28, 2006
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I have to build a custom application that does a http post of an XML file towards a ASP file runnning on the suppliers server. This application is scheduled to run automatically every week.

I want to build this application using Java. Suppliers are using XMLHTTP on their side.

Can you give me any ideas on how to impelement it? I have to use XMLHTTP object, but I just know that I can use it with in the JavaScript. Is there any way that I can get handle to XMLHTTP object in the Java program through which I can post my file

Thank You
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Welcome to JavaRanch!

Since this isn't about JDBC, I'm moving to a different forum. I think Servlets would be most appropriate. If not, the bartenders there can move it to someplace more specific.

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Ben Souther

Joined: Dec 11, 2004
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The XMLHTTP command is executed on the client side in Javascript.

To respond to this request on the server, you can certainly use Servlets (or any other server side web platform).
Are you familiar with Servlet programming?

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