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Hi, I am working with an Applet/Jsp.
The applet only has two Texfield and a Boton.
First, i am calling the applet from a .jsp with this tag:

so, when i call the .jsp from the browser, it displays the applet with no problem.
As you can see i am calling another jsp(result.jsp), so that when i enter two numbers or letters,etc.. in the Texfields in the applet, this .jsp will receive those parameters and print them in screen.

The problem is that right now is like: there is no comunication, because when I press the button nothing happens.

is this the right way to do it?
what can i do?

the jsps:

[ May 06, 2007: Message edited by: Jack Bolton ]
[ May 06, 2007: Message edited by: Jack Bolton ]
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