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Is there any analog to java.net.URL class in client part of GWT?

Sergiy Kamenyev
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Joined: Oct 03, 2003
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Is there any analog to java.net.URL class in client part of GWT? I need to do something like this:


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Ankit Garg
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What exactly do you want to achieve with this URL? Do you want to make a server side call or you just want the URL as String. You might be able to use UrlBuilder if you want the Strign representation of such a URL...


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