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Calling Servlet from Java application

 
sreedhar Lackka
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Hi All,
Thanks.
I am unable to call my servlet from my stand alone java application
Following is the code which I used,



Please help me ....
It is great if you could give example links which are wokring.

Regards,
Sree
 
Paul Sturrock
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What happens when you try? Any error messages?
 
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How is this code working or not working? What do you expect to happen if you instruct the connection to perform neither input nor output?
 
sreedhar Lackka
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Thanks for your reply.
Even I tried with con.setDoOutput(true); but nothing is happening.
Just I have written one System.out.println() in my Servlet when I run the above program the statement which is written in SOP is not printing.
Could you please give me any example.
 
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Is your server which is on IP 12.234.26.2, running on port 80 or some other port??
 
sreedhar Lackka
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Yes it is running on 9080 port.
In URL I tried with :9080 also, but not helpful.
 
Bauke Scholtz
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You aren't reading the output at all. Get the InputStream and read it.
 
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Why do you setDoInput and setDoOutput to false???

Did you actually read the URLConnection and HttpURLConnection JavaDocs?

If you are going to read an input stream from the response, doInput needs to be true.

Bill
 
Bauke Scholtz
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To help you one step further:

http://google.com/search?q=urlconnection+tutorial+site:sun.com
 
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