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Hi,

Can anyone give an example of why to use GenericServlet, I know if we want to use other protocol than Http we use GenericServlet, but an example application would be helpful in knowing what servlets can really do.

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Shankar
 
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GenericServlet exists for the sake of someone writting an specifi servlet to their own protocol. However, 99.9999999% of the people only work with http servlets. So, maybe there's someone working with a non-http servlet, but nobody has heard about it!
So, if there's anyone using a non-http servlet, I also would like to see
 
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