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Kunal Lakhani
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I have to make a project on FIR management. So, I have decided a different way. Instead of using Swing, i want to use HTML.
i will go for two HTML forms. I want first form to be a LOGIN form. If user is authorized(checked via java file), then he can use the application.
I have to accept the data from user from front end, has to update it in database. Apart from updating, my front end should have a button for INSERT,DELETE,& EXIT for inserting new records, , deleting old records & exiting the application respectively.
For this i will create separate files for Insert, Delete, Update, & exit.(java files)

Now the problem is that , how can i link up HTML buttons with their Respective java files (Insert Button to Insert.java, similarly Delete, update)?


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