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dhanunjaya kumar

Joined: Sep 22, 2006
Posts: 16
I want to send a request to Tomcat server.
I am expecting a response (headers) from the tomcat server as follows, the header information is captured by ethereal.

How can i achieve this.

I am trying in the following way but could not achieve the result in the ethereal logs.

Trilochan Bharadwaj
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Joined: Feb 02, 2009
Posts: 100
I don't think this is HTML and JS related. Anyways, depends on the whats on the server, put a servlet or a restful resource (more setup required) out there, set the response headers when you write it back?
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