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How to submit from ASP to Servlet

 
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Hi...
I am working on a project where I have to invoke a JSP page from a ASP page , Any suggesstion how to submit an ASP to a servlet

Thanks in advance
Tuhin
 
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You are asking two different things: invoke a JSP from an ASP, or invoke a servlet from an ASP. Which is it?
 
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Sorry for the conf.

Its like
ASP >> [Servlet >> JSP]

thanks
tuhin
 
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A servlet is represented as an URL, as far as the HTML form that is being submitted is concerned. It doesn't make a difference which technology was used to generate the HTML form in the first place.
 
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Originally posted by Ulf Dittmer:
A servlet is represented as an URL, as far as the HTML form that is being submitted is concerned. It doesn't make a difference which technology was used to generate the HTML form in the first place.



Exactly!!! No problem sending .pl, .nsf, .exe, .asp, .aspx, .jsp, .anything to any technology. What will be sent to the server is the user's input anyway. In your case, just put the servlet's address in the action attribute of the form of the ASP page.
[ December 30, 2007: Message edited by: Roberto Perillo ]
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